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CHARITY DYE LIBRARY 

SHCRTRIDGE HiGH SCHOOL 




Annual • 1 969 



Shortridge High School • Indianapolis, Indiana • Volume 75 




Shortridge is a school of many personalities. 
Each new class has brought something new to 
Shortridge. Each new idea builds a base on 
which future students stand. 

Tradition is great at Qhortridge but it is also 
a tradition to change. After one hundred and 
five years Shortridge has changed and yet it is 
still part of its first class and of its last. Short- 
ridge is the school of tradition and change. 

In 1 969 the soul sound beat in the halls of 
Shortridge. Soul invaded the ideas and thoughts 
of all students. Feet walking in the halls felt 
that soul and tapped out the rhythm. Dances 
were based on soul and soul took over in the 
cheers. In 1 969 Shortridgers were soul bro- 
thers and sisters. Shortridge is a school of 
rhythm. 

In academics Shortridge does not change. 
The standards are high and will always be high 
because both teachers and students demand 
high standards. Shortridge has always been a 
school of knowledge. Courses change as the 
years pass by and many new courses are added. 
Books are brought up to date and new students 
get new knowledge. Shortridge is a school of 
learning. 

Shortridge people stand together in all 
things. Whether they win or lose, the team is 
the greatest in their hearts. If they win, they 
smile together, and if they lose, they cry to- 
gether. In either case Shortridgers are proud to- 



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gether. They know that the Blue Devils fried 
their best, and if they lose, then the next time 
the team will try harder. A Shortridge crowd 
never leaves their spirit at home. Stands are al- 
ways filled, and cheers are loud. Shortridge is 
a school of spirit. 

At Shortridge one can always find a friend. 
In clubs there are many people with the same 
interests. In the halls there are many people- 
people who are willing to be helpful and friend- 
ly with others. One has only to look around to 
find a friend. Cheerful greetings echo in the 
halls long after the building is empty. Short- 
ridge is a school of friends. 

The people of Shortridge make Shortridge 
what it is. Shortridge is more than just a build- 
ing: Shortridge is People. 






Student Life 

Academics 

Activities 

Athletics 

Album 

Advertisements 



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42-77 



78-97 



98-147 



148-161 



Index 



162-166 



Acknowledgements 



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mentally play each move that occurs on the field. 




. . . hidden from the elements watch their teammates fight 
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exhaust themselves on cross-country. 




. . . ponder challenges that are set before them during high 
school life. 



Band Receives Long Awaited Uniforms 



Seniors add bright color to the front of the school like fall adds to the trees. 



Shortridge High School's sur- 
roundings are constantly changing. 

Beginning in the spring of 1968 
the old heating system was re- 
vamped and workmen busily began 
the massive undertaking of install- 
ing a new one. They worked through 
the summer session and on into the 
chilly month of October. Evidence 
of their handiwork was ever present, 
as the pupils dodged rows of card- 
board boxes and metal pipes. Co- 
operation was the word as pupils 
realized the great need for work to 
proceed quickly, for cold months 
were to arrive soon. 



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As Qchool Gets New Heating Qystem 



Examples of endless change also 
included new Shortridge Band uni- 
forms and instrument lockers. This 
addition was paid for by donations, 
bumper sticker sales, and receipts 
from the annual Sweaterman's 
Concert. 

The ever increasing book stock in 
the Charity Dye Library shows more 
change. The stock has reached over 
43,000 volumes. This makes it one 
of the largest in Indiana. 

The school building itself boasts 
of a changing face of which its 
nearly 1800 students and 100 
teachers are proud. 



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String players concentrate on techniques for beautiful melodies. 



Shortridge harriers head for a mud bath. 



Students Enjoy a Myriad of Activities 




With justified loyalty Sue Bradakis, John Hobbs and Nancy Barrett watch football action. 



People! Shortridgers must have 
been some of the most active and 
diversified people in the world! In 
the Fall each pupil acquainted him- 
self with school year haunts. The 
Burger Chef was again an important 
meeting place. Then football games 
began and the festivities of the sea- 
son provided a good excuse for hay- 
rides and parties. 

Winter came and shivering stu- 
dents found hallways better for con- 
gregating than bus stops and parks. 
And congregate they did, for dis- 
cussion, or for just fun and re- 
laxation. 

Spring finalized the year. It was 
almost commencement for the se- 
niors and almost prom time for the 
juniors. Many people were nostalgic; 
many were gleeful. Everyone was 
busy. Some got ready for college and 
starting again as freshmen, some for 
another year at Shortridge and some 
for numerous other adventures. 



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Slashing through another defense, Shortridge gridmen converge on the hapless Marshall ball-carrier. 



From Football Fun to Classroom Work 





With voracious appetites, students revive their exhausted energies. 



Watched over by past geniuses, these 
Physics I students engross themselves in 
the secrets of science. 



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SHQ Gains European Trio 




Rolf Ehrenberg's foreign fingers fly over the frets. 




Three exchange students, Paul 
Eroukhmanoff, Rolf Ehrenberg, and 
Helmut Giese, entered Shortridge on 
September 4, 1968. 

Paul, from Paris, France, lived 
with sophomore Tom Streeter and 
his family. His happy face, sur- 
rounded by many friends, was seen 
at most athletic events. 

Helmut, whose American family 
were the John S. Schechters, hailed 
from West Berlin, Germany. He 
quickly established himself as a 
"good guy" at Shortridge. 

Rolf, the Swedish exchange stu- 
dent, had no Shortridge brothers and 
sisters. He lived with Father Hadley 
the Provost of Saint Richard's 
School. Rolf was very active and 
interested in Shortridge's Student 
Council and with the problems in 
which it dealt. 

Of course, changing one's lan- 
guage, family, and friends for a year 
creates some problems. Teaching 
and testing methods were different, 
not to mention teachers and stu- 
dents themselves. 

Paul was sponsored by the Ameri- 
can Field Service and Rolf and Hel- 
mut were sent by Youth for Under- 
standing. Both programs have been 
sending students to Shortridge for 
several years. This has enabled 
Shortridge students to go abroad 
and represent their country and 
school. 




Shortridge exchange students compare impressions of the USA. Paul Eroukhmanoff can enjoy an American joke as well as 

anyone. 



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Rolf brought his hobby along with him when he came to Short- 
ridge. 



Helmut Giese sits back and reviews a college football game. 




Paul ponders his hobby, chess. 



Helmut eyes a football suspiciously before punting. 




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The more than one hundred and thirty courses offered 
by the eleven Shortridge departments emphasized the 
importance of an education in today's society and gave 
the student many choices between required subjects and 
courses designed for the extension of the individuals 
special interests. The Shortridge student strived for 
excellence in all his work, whether it was in school or 
out of school. In school the Shortridger wanted to learn 
more than the bare facts of a subject, he wanted to 
know the extra facts that make a course exciting. 

This task fell upon the teachers. They also were re- 
sponsible for building good character in the people that 
will make Shortridge famous in years to come. It was 
teachers and students who helped to make Shortridge the 
school it is, a progressive school, a school of people. 



Academics 



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English Curriculum Adds New Course 



Miss Wells, head of the English 
Department, helped coordinate the 
new English-History course. This 
course combined American Litera- 
ture and American History, to show 
the close relationship between the 
two. Each day, the students in- 
volved attended a lecture where 
films, panel discussions and guest 
speakers were presented. 

Shortridge started its freshmen 
writing the day they entered school 
and never allowed them to stop. As 
sophomores, they tried vocational 
themes and as seniors, they wrote 
term papers. In English VII and IX 
students polished their creative 
writing. 

Those interested in literature are 
not neglected completely. Students 
can study such famous books as 
Beowulf and Canterbury Tales to 
compare their styles. Advanced stu- 
dents explore all phases of the 
writings of such great authors as 
Shakespeare and Chaucer. 




Poring over their books, SHS students spend time quietly studying in the library. 



English class watches the teacher make another assignment. 




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Jonnie Laster ponders freshman grammar book problems. 







Sophomore English students work on a rough draft of their vo- 
cational theme. 



Alice Grider and Helmut Giese "emote" for a dramatics class. 



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History Is Taught With 9pecial Twist 



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Mr Henderson's small discussion groups 
promote better understanding of psychol- 
ogy. 



With English Literature Included 



The study of history was as up-to- 
date as tomorrow for students of 
Shortridge. Under the leadership of 
Mr. Thomas Paine, the department 
offered a series of courses which 
gave detail to the past and provided 
insight for the future. 

A major in history was offered 
on a three year plan. The freshman 
student was taught world history for 
a greater understanding of the be- 
ginnings of mankind. 

Juniors were absorbed in an in- 
tensive study of United States His- 
tory, while seniors learned the work- 
ings of their government and eco- 
nomic system. 

This year a new method of teach- 
ing US History was presented. The 
course involved three daily periods, 
one of lectures and presentations in 
the auditorium, one of study in the 
reference room, and one in a con- 
versational session alternating from 
English to US History. 

For further study, students took 
such courses as Psychology and 
International Relations to better 
their knowledge of today's world. 




Note taking and student participation keep students busy in Mr. Burch's government 
class. 



Mr. Hanlin takes notes with students as pupil gives presentation. 




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Foreign Language Broadened Learning 




Russian was added to the foreign language department with Mr. Soerensen as instructor. 



For interested students, the 
Shortridge Language Department 
opened many doors of opportunity. 
Facilities in the language lab gave 
students practice in both speaking 
and comprehension. Dedicated 
teachers stressed the understanding 
of the customs and attitudes of dif- 
ferent countries as an important as- 
pect in the study of a foreign 
language. 

Advanced Russian came to Short- 
ridge for the first time last year. The 
department also offered advanced 
courses in Spanish, French, German, 
Latin and Greek. Students in Latin 
and Greek Derivatives expanded 
their knowledge of the English vo- 
cabulary and their own. 

The I.U. Honors program was en- 
couraged for third year students in 
Spanish, French, German or Latin. 
Traveling to a foreign country, and 
living there, gave the student a bet- 
ter knowledge of the language and 
culture of a different people. 




























































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Language lab students listened to the 
teacher instruct them in the proper pro- 
nunciation. 



Foreign Culture Added Spice to Life 




Romance language students debate on the location of some famous European landmarks. 



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Equations, Theorems, Differentials 




From the simplest form of mathe- 
matics to the most complex calculus, 
the math department tried to per- 
petuate an interest in its subject 
area. The department accomplished 
this goal through tutoring programs, 
special debates and guest speakers. 

Advanced math students gave up 
free periods to tutor troubled 
students. 

The department offered a wide 
variety of courses, among them were 
general math, five semesters of al- 
gebra, plane geometry, trigonometry, 
and two semesters of calculus. 

Many new methods of presenting 
the required material were also de- 
veloped to assist in giving the stu- 
dent the basics necessary for the 
course. Films and overhead pro- 
jectors were used to stress important 
ideas, as well as numerous other 
techniques. 



John Randolph, algebra student, explains to the class how he has worked a single variable 
equation. 



Miss Wahl instructs one of her mathe- 
matics classes in the fundamentals 
algebra. 




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Present Difficulty to All Beginners 





Algebra III students John Batuello and Randy Strand debate the merits of completing 
the square versus the quadratic formula for finding the roots of an equation. 



Cheryl Zike discovers the solution to a 
perplexing Geometry I problem. 




Mr. William Gibson, head of the Mathe- 
matics Department, was observed testing 
his Algebra II class. 



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Diversified Courses Offer Aspiring 




Some sophomores enjoy the mor- 
bid task of dissecting frogs and 
fetal pigs. Others prefer hunting in- 
sects or drawing flowers. The Short- 
ridge court provides an excellent 
floral display and also a good place 
to find insects. In the green house 
the students can observe the many 
phases of plant life. Dr. Richards, bi- 
ology, teacher, was in charge of 
both the court and the greenhouse. 

Shortridge offers four semesters 
of biology including microbiology 
and two semesters each of botany 
and zoology. Science department 
head Mr. Black is in charge of the 
chemistry and physics as well as 
biological courses. 

In chemistry the student learns 
the basics of analysis and atomic 
theory. If one wants to explore 
chemistry beyond this basic, he may 
take Chemistry III and elementary 
physics together. 



Checking a lab report, Mrs. Gelb points out calculation errors. 



Mr. Baker explains the difficult processes of miosis and mitosis to a biology class. 




Qcientists Opportunity for Future 




Mr. Studebaker demonstrates an experiment in science to his class as Mary Weddle 
watches. 



Jill Kooiker watches as llze Kurins checks 
a slide in Jill's microscope. 




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Artists Skills 
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Benefit 
School 



The Shortridge High School Art 
Department students were encour- 
aged to participate in a wide variety 
of media, with emphasis placed on 
craftsmanship and creativity. 
Courses such as Commercial Art I 
and II were offered. For the more ad- 
vanced students, Art lll-VIII was of- 
fered as a two-period course. Both 
novice and advanced students were 
given the opportunity to develop po- 
tential talent as a stimulus to career 
and vocational possibilities in art 
after graduation. 

But the art student is not con- 
fined to the classroom alone. The 
various school organizations bene- 
fited as art students put their cre- 
ative abilities to work — from pro- 
ducing posters and refinishing the 
busts located in the Charity Dye Li- 
brary to designing covers for the 
Christmas Echo and Junior Vaude- 
ville programs. 

Through the Fine Arts Department 
the SHS Art Department maintains 
the Roda Selleck Art Gallery and 
purchases excellent paintings for the 
school classrooms. 




Susie Bradakis finds the Roda Selleck Gallery just the place to practice her drawing. 




James Rickman proves poster painting is a part of the art department's service to the 
school. 



Thorn Waldo shows how art students get up in the air to help school activities. 




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Mrs. Siegel helps Sandy O'Bannion with a difficult problem in a business course. 



Mrs. Keehn observes while Gayle Thorn practices an assignment in typing class. 




Business 
Study 
Offers 
Chance for 
a Success 



Business at Shortridge was super- 
vised by Arthur G. Shull, Vice-Princi- 
pal in charge of the business and fi- 
nancial affairs of the school. Mr. 
Shull, who also acted as head of the 
Business Department this year, was 
assisted by five other business edu- 
cation teachers. 

Most phases of business were of- 
fered at Shortridge. Courses such as 
bookkeeping, business arithmetic, 
general business, business law, data 
processing, typing, and shorthand 
were available to interested 
students. 

A shorthand laboratory was made 
accessible to future stenographers. 
This laboratory aided students in the 
development of the techniques of 
stenography. Lab members would 
write in shorthand the dictation 
given on the tapes in the lab. Later 
they typed it into format form. In 
all; the finished student was ready 
to face the world of work. 

Sterling Powell polishes his typing skills 
to help him gain future employment. 




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Healthy & 
Safe, SH8 
Pupils Are 



Health and Safety, a one credit 
course, provided more than just a 
basic background for establishing 
health habits necessary for future 
living. Personal health care was 
studied by the students, who also 
received tuberculin tests, physicals 
and dental examinations. Physiology 
opened up new doors for many, and 
for others it gave a deeper under- 
standing of the human body. 

Fifteen-year-olds developed both 
physically and mentally in Driver's 
Education. While coordination and 
courtesy as a driver were empha- 
sized, further training in the areas of 
safety and first aid were pursued in 
the classroom. Meeting daily at the 
east end of the cafeteria, students 
headed out for a period of instruc- 
tion in dual control cars provided 
by Northside Chrysler-Plymouth. 
Aiding individual students in increas- 
ing their driving skills were instruc- 
tors Mr. Paul Dill, Mr. James Hill 
and Mr. Joe Tofil. 



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Mr. Joe Tofil and his driving students arrive back at Shortridge after a driving session 
in heavy traffic. 



Barb Smith and Matt Akard debate an important point during an open-class discussion in Health and Safety class. 




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The Physical Education Depart- 
ment at Shortridge tried to help stu- 
dents become more efficient at 
work or at play. This efficiency was 
the result of good physical 
conditioning. 

The first thing every day was a 
series of calisthenics to warm the 
students up for the day's activities. 
Boys learned the basic skills needed 
in sports, such as basketball, wres- 
tling, football, gymnastics, and base- 
ball. For the girls, the basic skills 
included dance steps and move- 
ments, gymnastics, and some sports 
skills. 

Many times in the spring when the 
weather was nice, both gym classes 
could be found on the football field 
putting their improved skills into 
action. 

The classes were led by Mr. Tom 
Woods, for the boys, and Miss Caryl 
Gaines, for the girls. Miss Gaines is 
also in charge of all three cheerlead- 
ing squads. 



Safety, Health, Fitness 
Mark Phys. Ed. Classes 




The girls gym "sock it to 'em" soccer players lined up for the beginning of a game. 





Maneuvering to gain advantage, gym students waited for the ball. Students in gym class were ready for the fast break to develop. 



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Pins, needles and directions cover the tables while clothes are created. 



In December, 42 senior girls took 
the Betty Crocker Search for the 
Homemaker of Tomorrow Test spon- 
sored by General Mills. This test was 
given for the purpose of stimulating 
girls to an awareness of the impor- 
tance of homemaking, and the digni- 
ty and prestige of the American 
home. 

The Silversmiths of America pre- 
sented a Sterling Silver place setting 
to the highest ranking girl who ma- 
jored in Home Economics. 

The Business Award was pre- 
sented to the girl with the highest 
rank in the Home Economics De- 
partment and with the highest rank 
academically in the school. 

In the spring, a fashion show was 
presented for the purpose of exhibit- 
ing the handiwork of the students 
and to give them the opportunity to 
learn poise, modeling, and grace. 



Pans and Pins for the Homemakers 



A little "book work" keeps pots and pans 
empty occasionally. 




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Vocational Skills Lead to Employment 



The recently acquired new wing 
of the school dedicated to the in- 
dustrial arts provided this area with 
facilities for learning many different 
types of industry crafts. 

These crafts were applied daily in 
such areas as Graphic Arts, which 
printed The Echo, plus programs and 
calendars for various school activi- 
ties and organizations. The actual 
printing of The Echo is done com- 
pletely by students. 

The Wood Shop turned out every- 
thing from bookends to bookcases. 

Plastics, one of the nation's 
fastest growing industries, was rep- 
resented by the many students who 
were involved in learning the crafts- 
manship of this type of industry. 

The Metal Shop taught students 
almost everything they would need 
to know to become a member of the 
labor force in heavy industry. 




Sawdust flies as Larry Dodson trims his project to precise dimensions in the wood shop. 



Setting Echo type in the print shop are Clarence Combs and Claude Thompson, printing 
students. 




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Row 1: Janice Hunter, Janean Burton, Harriett White, Elaine 
Drager, Debbie Dickinson, Gwen Russell, Ethelenor Wooley, Grace 
Heshelman, Susan Davis, Barbara Smith, Barbara Burns, Debbie 
Thorn, Elloweze MacAffee, Ellen Rush, Mona Ringel, Sylvia 
Eisman, Peggy Harger, Madeline Brane, Virginia Johnson, Leila 
Redlich, Patsy Read, Cathy Stout, Jill Kooiker, Rae Young, Cheryl 
Talley, Cathy Fife. Row 2: Marcia Cox, Sandra Logan, Olivia 



Morris, Virginia Shepherd, Elaine Chambers, llze Kurins, Paula 
Cosetino, Leslie Yeager, David Slates, Melvin Carroway, Amanda 
Burton, Denise Mullens, Denise Clark, Cecila Nolcox, Jane Tem- 
ple, Yvonne Green, Bridgett Boaz, Martha Jones, Gloria Goodrich, 
Barbie Demas, Diane Saperstein, Cathy Demas, Janet Teter, 
Donna Pinckney, Vickie Lewis, Anita DeFrantz, Marianne Mitter, 
Debbie Elam, Carol Kimbrough. 



From the fourth floor one could 
daily hear the sounds of classical 
music during the second and sixth 
periods as the A Cappella Choir and 
the Madrigal Singers prepared for 
concerts. 

The Madrigal Singers performed 
light, gay sixteenth and seventeenth 
century madrigals, the popular 
music of the period. The 15-voice 
group, girls wearing long blue for- 
mals, and the boys in black suits, 
found themselves most in demand 
during the Christmas season, when 
they performed for thirty holiday 
audiences. 

The A Cappella spent the year pre- 
paring for its annual school concert. 

The Choral Benefit featured the 
Preble-Guy Duo and the Choral 
Classic featured a difficult Bach 
piece. 




Anita DeFrance, Denise Mullens, and Vicki Lewis of The Madrigals keep time to the 
music. 



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Row 3: John Butsch, Mike Passo, Bruce Jordan, Bill Fatout, 
David Evans, John Hudelson, Mike Jones, Bobby Madden, Bart- 
rum Brown, John Weber, William White, Lloyd Hall, John Posey, 
Sam Test, Rick Borman, Ted Brown, Rick Adams, John Steward, 
Ben Dulin. Row 4: Bill Kennerly, Andy Carroll, Micheal Dabney, 



Frederick Phoelman, Bryce Bate, Scott McDonald, David Brad- 
shaw, David Speckman, Richard Eryvean, John Pellet, Breckin- 
ridge Tyler, Richard Marsh, Allen Carroll, Arthur Cobb, Eric 
Jones, Stewart Hawkins, Anthony Brown, Steve Lawson, Bruce Hill. 



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MADRIGAL — Row 1: Barbara Smith, Denise Mullens, Anita De- 
Frantz, Vicki Lewis, Yvonne Greene, Susan Davis, Ginny John- 
son. Row 2: David Slates, David Bradshaw, Richard Edyvean, 



William Fatout, William White, John Butsch, Richard Adams. Not 
Pictured: Elaine Chambers. 



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GIRLS' ENSEMBLE — Row 1: Sesie Kunz, Marsha McDowell, Myla Paula Cosentino; Row 2: Lorna Douglas, Liz Ulen, Cathy Stout, 

Jelliffe, Barb Demas, Barb Burns, Carol Henderson, Joyce Ellison, Sara Branson, Kris Teter, Daphne Johnson, Patsy Read, Sarah Ford 

Three 9mall Groups Sing "Modern" 




MUSIC MEN — Row 1: Andrew Cosentino, Forrest Wooley, Mike 
Jones, Lloyd Hall, Mike Dabney, John Polley, Morris Ringel, Mar- 
tin Miller; Row 2: Joe Johnson, Anthony Brown, Randy Strand, 



Stewart Hawkins, Greg Strand, Glenn McDonald, Eric Jones. Not 
pictured: Charles Roach 



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CHORAL CLUB — Row 1: Claire Rodgers, Joyce Ellison, Paulette 
Ford, Deborah Garrett, Karen McClain, Liz Ulen, Marjorie Craft, 
Kerry Kirch, Eleanor Bradford. Row 2: Toni Clark, Denise Mont- 
gomery, Karen O'Brien, Marsha McDowell, Susie Crawford, Neline 
Berry, Susie Buschmann, Lori Butsch, Susan Robinson, Deborah 
Stanfill, Diane Frazier. Row 3: Sharon Sparks, Remelle McClen- 
don, Linda Logsdon, Abbie Carthy, Cheryl Thompson, Janel Hol- 



comb, Berena Panned, Linda Ragland, Ann Russell, Cheryl Bridge- 
forth, Millie Jakovljevic, Lisa Brady, Camille Kennedy, Tricia 
Adams. Row 4: Pauletta Hart, Martha McAndrews, Trish Lasher, 
Evelyn Stewart, Bernie Ohler, Maralena Roth, Jana Walker, Cheri 
Wiggins, Elizabeth Carlson, Debbie Shaw, Becky LeStourgen, 
Karen McKey, Bernadette Randle, Janet Kendrick, Parthenia 
Weaver, Wanda Wake. 




Attired in gray wool dresses, the 
16 member Girls' Ensemble enter- 
tained audiences with their lively 
interpretations of such Broadway 
hits as "On The Street Where You 
Live" and "Step to the Rear." The 
Music Men, wearing blue blazers, 
set audiences chuckling with a 16- 
man "Barbershop Quartet" singing 
"Sincere" and started fingers snap- 
ping with current favorites "Goin' 
Out Of My Head" and "What Now 
My Love." 

A new performing group was 
added to the Music Department 
roster this year in the form of the 
Choral Club. This 55 member, all- 
girl organization was made pri- 
marily of sophomores, who were, ac- 
cording to Mr. Preble, being heavily 
counted upon for future appearances. 

In addition to auditoriums, their 
schedules included outside perfor- 
mances and the P.T.A. Christmas 
program. High Point of the year was 
an appearance on the WFBM Christ- 
mas Show. 



Music Men leaned close together to sing as a fifteen member barbershop "quartet. 



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Drum Major, Lowell Bridgewater, blows his whistle to get the band's attention. 



In a music department solo room, freshman David Barnett, practices his sax diligently. 




Small Band 

Ensembles 

Performed 



The Pit Orchestra, under the di- 
rection of Mr. Thomas Preble, Music 
Department Head, is now in its sec- 
ond year. Since last year, when it 
played in the Junior Vaudeville, it 
has expanded its activities, playing 
with the cast of the full-length musi- 
cal, Bye Bye Birdie. 

Tackling the difficult music of 
Bye Bye Birdie was a challenging job 
for the 20-piece group. But, through 
diligence and much sacrifice of time, 
the organization helped make the 
school musical into a success. 

The Pit Orchestra is composed of 
selected members of the orchestra, 
band, and this year Mr. Randall 
Ware, former student teacher from 
I.U., who helped on the drums. 

The Shortridge High School Stage 
Band, formed this year, played a va- 
riety of musical arrangements. Under 
the direction of Mr. Leonard Ben- 
ling, the 14-piece group operated on 
an informal basis. Compositions 
ranging from standard "big band" 
hits to the "soul" tunes were tried 
and performed by this group. 

Since it is in its beginning stage, 
the bulk of its time was spent "sight- 
reading" music, obtained primarily 
from school music files. Stage Band 
membership was determined by 
audition. 



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PIT ORCHESTRA — Row 1: Bryan Graham, John Hudelson, Jeremy 
Smith, Mr. John Medjedski, Joy Smith, Martha Jones, Keith Crain; 
Row 2: Sarah Bonner, Linda Quinney, David Niss, Tom Marks, 



Steve Mason, Dave Evans, Alan Quinney; Row 3: Mr. Leonard 
Behling, Ted Morris, Mike Myers, Willy Simmons, Greg Hinkle, 
Stephan Hall. 




STAGE BAND — Row 1: Steve Mason, David Niss, Willy Simmons, 
Linda Quinney, Ted Morris, Mike Myers; Row 2: Dave Evans, 



Keith Crain, Stephan Hali, Alan Quinney, John Shaw; Row 3: 
Jake O'Sullivan, James Andrews, Pheldon Majors 



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Orchestra's 
Big Groups 
Succeeded 



Oblivious to anything but music, Debby 
Thorn and Janis Eshowsky concentrated 
on their violins. 




BAND — Row 1: Linda Quinney, Margie Ratcliffe, Carol King, Ted 
Morris, Sarah Bonner, Marilyn Eaton, Janis Tompkins, Anita Wade, 
Debby Stanfill, Anna Mullen, Cheryl Spitzer, Jim Campbell. Row 
2: David Niss, Barbara Malone, Bruce Wright, Carl Lile, William 
Simmons, Tom Marks, Frank Jacobs, Anthony McQueen, Leonard 
Clark, Duane Miller, Kenny Rodgers, Larry Risch, John Shaw, 
Keith Crain, Lowell Bridgewater, Alan Quinney, Lorraine Woodard, 
Stephen Hall, Dave Evans. Row 3: Bryce Bate, Mike Myers, Gary 



Thompson, Belinda MacPherson, Cassandra Williams, Mitchell 
Darden, Anita De Frantz, Kemy Lee, Mike Harding, Steve Mason, 
Mike Hayden, Chris Hawkins, Glenn Clarkson, Jee Johnson, Phel- 
don Majors, Greg Hinkle, James Andrews, Gary Harding. Row 4: 
Mr. Behling, director, Frank Phillips, Robert Meyers, Robert Tur- 
ner, Enoch Vinnegar, Bruce Lismon, Sandra Bentley, Leonard 
Wilson, John O'Sullivan, George Lee. 



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ORCHESTRA — First V/o//n: Patsy Read (Concertmaster), Jeremy 
Smith, Carol Hansen, Kevin Kelso, Michael Goler, Lynn Hansen, 
Debra Thorn, Jillane Tunstall, Janis Eshowsky, Cynthia Nance, 
Linda Ragland; Second Violin: Donna Pickney (Principle), Martha 
Jones, Alicia Thompson, Joeann Baker, Stephanie Mosley, Jac- 
queline Hubbard, Michelle Jones, Luisa Jones, Portia Tharpe, 
Denise Duncan; Viola: John Hudelson (Principle), Janifer Hall, 
Allison Rooker, Carolyn Watts, April Smith; Ce//o; Patricia Whar- 
ton (Principle), Richard Hudson, Malva Averitte; String Bass: 
Beverly Hurst (Principle), Karen Lewis; Flutes: Jim Campbell 




(Principle), Cheryl Spitzer, Debbie Stanfill; Oboe: Sarah Bonner; 
Bassoon: Anita DeFrantz; Clarinets: Linda Quinney, Margie Rat- 
cliff; Trumpets: Dave Evans, Stephan Hall, Lorraine Woodard, 
French Horns: Tom Marks, Frank Jacobs, Tony McQueen, Bruce 
Rowan; Trombone: Gary Harding, James Andrews, Joe Johnson, 
Greg Hinkle; Tuba: Robert Turner; Percussion: George Lee, Bruce 
Lismon, John O'Sullivan, Enoch Vinnegar, Leonard Wilson Not 
pictured: Alto Saxophone: Carl Lile, Davis Niss; Tenor Saxophone: 
Willy Simmons 



The Orchestra, led by Mr. John 
Medjeski, worked countless hours 
practicing for its appearances 
throughout the school year. New 
music was diligently tackled by the 
group. 

The Senior Class Play benefited as 
the orchestra played intermission 
music. Later the orchestra partici- 
pated in the PTA Christmas Music 
Program and Auditorium, concentrat- 
ing on three compositions. The 
school orchestra appeared at the An- 
nual Orchestra Auditorium in April. 
As has been its custom for several 
years, the orchestra entered into 
ISMA competition. 

The marching band, led by Mr. 
Leonard Behling, entered its season 
in brand new uniforms. Members 
braved the cold morning rehearsals 
necessary for the ambitious schedule 
they had set up. The band helped in- 
still sideline spirit during football 
games, pep sessions, and entertain- 
ment during half time. The Band 
demonstrated its musical talent at 
the annual Sweaterman's Concert. 
The organization proudly repre- 
sented Shortridge as it marched in 
the Veteran's Day and 500 Memorial 
Parades. 



At an early morning rehearsal Band members paused to hear Stephan Hall play a solo. 



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Precision Drills Help ROTC Skills 



The Shortridge ROTC included all 
forms of military skills. The Drill 
Team could often be found practic- 
ing in the morning at 7:30 A.M. in 
front of school, adding new move- 
ments to their precision drill. 

The Rifle Team as well as the 
Color Guard and the Mortar Squad, 
a newly formed organization to dem- 
onstrate mortar fire under combat 
conditions, worked hard to perform 
efficiently for both visitors and the 
student body during the Annual Fed- 
eral Inspection in the fall. 

The Inspection also gave awards 
to outstanding cadets of the year. 
Commandant M-Sgt Jerome Baker 
was in charge of the battalion. 

The cadets looked forward to the 
annual Military Ball held in March. 




M-Sgt Jerome Baker instructed a class in the art of map reading. 




Bishop Dotson and Edwin Jones acted 
as honor guard for Shortridge Day cere- 
monies. 



DRILL TEAM: c/M-Sgt Robert Miller, c/S-Sgt Bishop Dotson, c/PFC William Harris, 
c/S-Sgt James Fountain, Commander Major Edwin Jones, c/S-Sgt Cornelius Chandler, 
c/S-Sgt George Tyson, c/S-Sgt Don Wiggins, and c/Cor David Perry. 



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Mr. Shultz, principal, and Mr. Hadley, former principal, prepare 
for the flag raising at Shortridge Day as the Color Guard stands 
at attention. 



Mayor Lugar is welcomed with applause by dignitaries and stu- 
dents at an auditorium honoring Shortridge Day. 




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Forty Years at Present 9hortridge 




Mr. Joel Hadley, former Shortridge principal, stands at attention as the Pledge of Alle- 
giance to the Flag is given. 



Shortridge Day, December 2, com- 
memorated the moving of Shortridge 
from its old site at the corner of 
Pennsylvania and Michigan Streets 
in 1928. 

A flag raising was attended by 
students, faculty and retired teach- 
ers. Retired Shortridge teachers 
were then invited to a morning cof- 
fee in Mr. Schultz' office. Teachers 
attending were: Miss Dorothy Dipple, 
Miss Josephine Lee, Miss Margaret 
B. Pierson, Mrs. Ann Oertle, Thedore 
VanVoorhees, Mrs. Gertrude 
Weathers, and Miss Trella Wood. 

In the auditorium Mr. Joel W. 
Hadley, former Shortridge principal 
and biology teacher, told about 
"moving day". Mayor Richard Lugar, 
a 1950 Shortridge graduate, spoke 
on the Shortridge Day theme, "Mov- 
ing on Up." 

The Echo came out in a special 
edition featuring stories published 
in 1928 concerning the "New Short- 
ridge" and pictures of the five 
"Shortridges" of the past. 



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Shortridge has many school sponsored activities to 
help the students develop socially. These many activities 
involve faculty and students alike. The Shortridger has a 
wide variety of activities to choose from. Almost every 
interest can be met in some activity. Faculty members 
sponsor the clubs and plays. The plays are put on for the 
students, faculty and people outside of the school. Clubs 
are involved in projects helping the school and com- 
munity. 

Plays and clubs make Shortridge what it is — a school of 
activities — a school of people. 



Activities 



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People, people and more people 
filled the new Annual office in room 
123 every day. Some were students, 
others were Annual staff members, 
and usually in the crowd were the 
new advisor, Mr. Robert Houston, 
and Editor Sandy James. 

Piles of pictures, sheets of copy 
and layouts cluttered the Annual Of- 
fice daily. Photographers could be 
seen snapping the hundreds of pic- 
tures necessary to put out the An- 
nual. Often Saturdays and holidays 
found struggling staff members 
working for the last deadline. 

Finally the last deadline came and 
was finished. Workers waited for 
proofs to be checked and then came 
the finished book. The book arrived 
late in the Spring Semester. Short- 
ridgers had received their 1969 An- 
nual. 

Late in the Spring, pictures taken 
by the yearbook photographers dur- 
ing the year, were sold. 




ADVISOR AND EDITOR — MR. ROBERT HOUSTON and SANDRA JAMES 



The Year of 1 969's Q+ory Arranged 



COPY STAFF— sitting: Tom Hudson (Editor). Standing Janean Burton, Lisa Horwitz, 
Dave Evans, Denise Clark, Cheryl Haddox, John Pellett, Steve Lawrence, Kay Kennedy, 
David Bradshaw, Sam Test. 





COPY EDITOR — TOM HUDSON 



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PHOTOGRAPHERS 
TONY CHRISTIAN 



STEVE LAWRENCE (ED.) 
TIM LORD 



FACULTY EDITORS: 
RAE YOUNG 
KITSY SHANKLIN 



YVONNE GREENE 



by Members of the "Annual" Qtaff 




INDEX EDITOR: 
DAVE EVANS 





SENIOR EDITORS: 
LISA HORWITZ 
JANEAN BURTON 



SHERI WILSON 
SUSAN DAVIS 



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CLUB EDITORS— MIKE DABNEY and JOHN PELLETT 




SPORTS EDITORS— SAM TEST and TOM HUDSON 



The Seventy-Fifth Annual in Print 








ART EDITOR — DENISE CLARK 



UNDERCLASSMEN EDITORS — KAREN WILLIAMS, MONA RINGEL, NANCY BARRETT and 
KAY KENNEDY 



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ECHO PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF — Row 1: 
Rolf Ehrenberg, Ted Brown, Tim Lord, 
Matt Laubach; Row 2: Tony Christian, 
Randy Strand, Steve Lawrence (Ed.) 



ECHO SPORTS STAFF — sitting: Mike My- 
ers (Co-Ed.), Mark Hammer, Susie Craw- 
ford; standing: John Weber (Co-Ed.), Brad 
Armacost, Susie Fortier, Tom McDowell, 
Kevin Kelso 



1 969 Echo 
Gtaffs at 
Daily Tasks 




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MONDAY ECHO — Row 1: Bob Hansen (Ed.) Row 2: Melissa In- 
grim, Kathy Starkey, Lynn Hansen, Gary Thompson, Kathy Jo 



Adams Row 3: Janean Burton, Ronald Grady, John Weber, John 
Pellett, John Shaw, Rob Dawson, Jack Perkins. 




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TUESDAY ECHO — Row 1: Katie Risch (Ed.). Row 2: Dianne Sap- 
erstein, Darrell Gibson, Harriet Sharlow, Donna Pinckney, Ann 
Russell, Karen Glickert, Mike Dabney. Row 3: Thorn Waldo, Rick 



Borman, Debbie Elam, John Rauch, Mark Friedmeyer, Bartram 
Brown, Tom Streeter, Mike McCarty, Bill Leveque, Pam Zickler, 
James Froelich. 



Qeven Qtaffs Produce Daily Echo 



WEDNESDAY ECHO — Row 1: Bob Young (Ed.) Row 2: Brian Graham, Reginnia Adams, 
Elaine Drager, Row 3: John Helmer, John Rowings, Gerald Johnson, Amanda Burton, 
Aleta Hodge, Woodrow Myers, Lisa Horwitz, Caroline Hughes, Shonja Jennings. 




Deadlines — Deadlines — Deadlines 
— the staffs of the Da/7y Echo were 
always working to meet their dead- 
lines in order to put to press the 
oldest of the worlds five daily high 
school papers. 

The seven separate staffs, one for 
each day, a sports staff and a pho- 
tography staff, worked under the 
watchful eye of Miss Jean Grubb and 
their separate student editors. The 
editors were responsible for not only 
checking the copy four times, but 
also saw that all the articles were 
in on time, laid out the pages and 
wrote headlines. 

Many students wrote weekly col- 
umns, as well as numerous articles 
and features, to fill the four page 
paper. 

The Echo's circulation included 
everyone at Shortridge High School, 
many other high schools which ex- 
changed with Shortridge, and alumni 
and parents of Shortridge. 




WORK, WORK, WORK — Miss Jean Grubb 
works to get tomorrows ECHO ready for 
"bed". 




FRIDAY ECHO — Row 1: Elizabeth Unger (Ed.), Row 2: Patty Smith, Debbie Saperstein, 
Kathy Stelter, Myra Hirsch, Gloria Goodrich, Sarah Hochsteadler, Rae Young, Sandra 
O'Bannon, Kathy McAndrews Row 3: David Evans, Tom Hudson, Barb Bridwell, Craig 
Hoog, Ted Morris, Richard Edyvean, Susan Davis, Sandy James, Barb Smith. 




THURSDAY ECHO— Row 1: Cheryl Haddox (Ed.) Row 2: John 
Butsch, Virginia Johnson, Kay Kennedy, Sarah Bonner, Lori 
Butsch, Kerry Kirsch Row 3: Elaine Hart, Nancy Barrett, Janice 



Hunter, Karen Williams, Arietta Rhodes, Allen Carroll, David 
Bradshaw, Phil Slates, David Evans, Mike Dabney. 



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Top Books 
Produce a 
Top Mind 



The Great Books Club was formed 
to introduce students to the classics 
of literature. It was divided into two 
sections: Freshman-Sophomore 
Great Books and Junior-Senior Great 
Books. 

Meeting in the homes of mem- 
bers, the juniors and seniors delved 
into man of literature's best known 
works, such as "Antigone". They 
analysed these literary classics and 
discussed the style and purpose of 
the author in writing them. 

Freshmen and sophomores held 
their meetings in school during the 
ninth period. This year they read 
such works as "The Tempest" by 
Shakespeare and Huxley's "Brave 
New World." They also read two of 
Shakespeare's comedies, "Gideon" 
and "The Patriots". 

Mrs. Ruth Pallar was sponsor of 
both of these groups. 




JUNIOR-SENIOR GREAT BOOKS — Row 1: Kay Kennedy (Pres.), Susan Davis (Sec), 
Anna Mullen. Row 2: Thorn Waldo, Katy Risch, Mrs. Ruth Pallar (Sponsor), Jeffrey 
McGuire, Kathy Stelter. 




FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE GREAT BOOKS 
— Row 1: Teresa Sanford, Gwendolyn 
Thomas, Pat Wildhack, Margaret Ross, 
Doreen Tope, Peggy Hudson, Amy Wells. 
Row 2: Mrs. Ruth Pallar (Sponsor), Jeff 
Tyler, Mark Horwitz, John Usher, Terry 
Walsh, Kristor Lawson, Sharon Walkins. 
Row 3: Geraldine Williams, Michael Goler, 
April Smith. 



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Paperbacks and Cultures Discussed 



"To read and discuss paperbacks" 
is the purpose of the Campus Book 
Club. Besides the many books that 
were read, the club had several pro- 
jects during the year. Candy canes 
along with Christmas cards were sold 
to raise money for a planned trip in 
the Spring to the birth place of a 
famous author. Plans were also 
made to attend stage plays and tour 
a city known for authors and literary 
works. 

The International Exchange Club, 
formerly known as the AFS Club, 
changed its name in order to include 
all students who were on a foreign 
exchange program. 

It was organized to help students 
gain understanding and appreciation 
of the American way of life, as well 
as the cultures of other countries. 
The club encouraged members to 
apply for the various exchange pro- 
grams offered at Shortridge. Many 
members planned to travel abroad 
on the American Field Service, IU 
Honors Program, or Youth for Un- 
derstanding teenage exchange pro- 
grams. 




CAMPUS BOOK CLUB — Row 2: Prentice Porter, Paulette Hart, Geneva Gardner, Cheryl 
Talley, Yvonne Jacks, Linda Schneider, Nancy Hawke. Row 2: Betty Sullivan, Vicki 
Scott, Jane Temple, Kathy Stelter, Terry Cunningham, Robert Smith. Row 3: Mrs. 
Rosemary Carpenter, (Sponsor), James Evans, Kenneth DeaKyne. 



INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE CLUB— Row 2: Sarah Hochstedler 
(Co-Chairman), Helmut Giese, Paul Eroukhmanoff, Rolf Ehrenberg, 
Mr. Tom Henderson (Sponsor), Marianne Mitter (Co-Chairman). 
Row 2: Debbie Elam, Sylvia Eisman, Regennia Adams, Elaine 
Drager, Carol Hansen, Margie Ratcliff, Sarah Bonner, Lynn Han- 



son. Row 3: Rick Borman, Bridget Boaz, Barbara Birdsong, 
Sarah Ford, Lori Butsch, Sara Branson, Liz Ulen, Marj Craft. 
Row 4: Charles Toombs, Theresa Hurrle, Trish Lasher, Cheryl 
Spitzer, Linda Quinney, Karen McClain, Diane Frazier, Daniel 
Wolrred. 




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KEY CLUB — Row 1: Allen Carroll (Treas.), Steve Lawrence (V. 
Pres.), David Bradshaw (Pres.), Sam Test (Sec). Row 2: Jeff 
McQuire, John Butsch, Theron Roe, Breck Tyler, Larry Dodson, 
John Eble, Phil Slates, Bill Fatout, John Shaw, Darrell Gibson, 
Leonard Clark. Row 3: John Gordon, Rolf Ehrenberg, John Polley, 
Bob Rowe, Alan Stahl, John Pellet, John Weber, Jim Campbell, 



Richard Borman, Daniel Wolfred, Mr. Steiner (sponsor). Row 4: 
Niven Drybourgh, Glenn McDonald, Randy Strand, Paul Eroukh- 
manoff, Tom Nolan, Bruce Jordan, Bartrum Brown, John Kirmil, 
Tom Streeter, Janis Putelis, Richard Marsh. Row 5: Helmut Giese, 
Dan Carr, Scott McDonald, Dan Taylor, Tim McDowell, Mark 
Friedmeyer, Joe Ingraham, William White. 





John Polley stops painting to check on 
what the photographer is doing. 



Jeff McQuire and David Blatt fill their 
rollers with paint while working at Central 
State Hospital. 



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Key Club Lent Hand to Central 9tate 



Working to better the Indianapolis 
community, the Shortridge Key Club 
has been involved in a number of 
service projects this past year. 

Most notable, Key Club has ren- 
dered its aid and service to Central 
State Hospital where members per- 
formed a number of odd jobs. Movies 
were shown to patients on Mondays 
and Tuesdays and several rooms in 
the children's ward were painted. 

Helping in the campaign to sell 
Christmas Seals, members dis- 
tributed tuberculosis posters 
throughout the Indianapolis com- 
munity. The colorful posters were 
hung in store windows on a Satur- 
day morning late in November. 

Last summer the Key Club sent 
a sizeable delegation to the Inter- 
national Key Club Convention in 
Montreal. 

Rounding out the year, a number 
of the Shortridge Key Club attended 
the Indiana State Key Club Con- 
vention downtown. The weekend 
event highlighted Key Club's activi- 
ties during the year. 




Steering the Key Club to success are David Bradshaw (Pres.), Sam Test (Sec), Steve 
Lawrence (V. Pres.) and Allen Carroll (Treas.) 



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Richard Marsh, Phil Slates and David 
Bradshaw posed for the photographer 
while putting up posters for Christmas 
Seals. 



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GIRLS' LEAGUE — Row 1: Kathy Shricker, Sheri Wilson, Kathie 
Demas, Leila Redlich. Row 2: Kerry Kirch, Susie Crawford, Ruth 
McNairy, Mona Oglesby, Rae Young, Cheryl Talley, Janet Mikels, 
Linda Robbins, Patty Smith, Nancy Barrett, Wanda Cole, Elaine 
Hart. Row 3: Lisa Horwitz, Karen O'Brien, Margot Drybrough, 
Susan Robinson, Beth Thomas, Sue Michels, Madeline Brane, 
Kathy Stelter, Jana Walker, Margaret Myers, Jane Temple, Mara- 



lena Roth, Neline Berry. Row 4: Ann Russell, Marj Craft, Liz 
Ulen, Joycelyn Kennedy, Debbie Gentry, Marilyn O'Bannon, 
Trish Lasher, Karen McKee, Suzi Fortier, Dianne Frazer, Karen 
McClain, Joyce Ellison. Row 5: Miss Rose Ella King (Sponsor), 
Damaris Butler, Sandra Bentley, Yvonne Greene, Kris Teter, 
Leigh Wildman, Anita DeFrantz, Sylvia Eisman, Angie Veegh, 
Karen Williams, Carol Sharpe. 



True Blue Served the Dean of Girls; 




Girls' League, under the guidance 
of Miss Rose Ella King, was the 
Shortridge girls' service organiza- 
tion. It provided the chance for girls 
to get to know one another. In the 
fall, Girls' League sponsored a party 
for freshmen girls. 

Girls' League members donated 
toys by the dozen to the children's 
Ward at Central State Hospital. Also 
the members proved their salesman- 
ship skills through ticket sales for 
"Bye Bye Birdie" and memberships 
for the Children's Museum. 

Ever-changing Girls' League came 
up with a shifting of the membership 
rules so that every girl would be 
eligible for Girls' League in the fu- 
ture. 

True Blue was an organization at 
Shortridge composed of girls who 
worked in the Dean of Girls' office. 
These twelve girls spent at least one 
period in the office. Under their 
jurisdiction was the lost and found 
department and they did other gen- 
eral office work for Miss Rose Ella 
King, Dean of Girls. 



GIRLS' LEAGUE OFFICERS— Kathy Shricker (Pres.), Sheri Wilson (V-Pres.), Kathie Demas 
(Treas.), Leila Redlich (Sec.) 



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Miss Rose Ella King and Sheri Wilson discuss 
plans for future Girls' League meetings. 



Girls' League Members Gold Tickets 




TRUE BLUE— Row 1: Mona Oglesby, Janet Holcomb, Patty Smith, Wanda Cole, Susan Barrett, Patty Kish. Row 2: Iris White, Karen 
O'Brien, Linda Watts, Sheri Wilson, Lisa Horwitz, Lori Butsch. 



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Red Cross 
Serve 8H8 



Future Teachers of America had 
a busy year. FTA was created to 
show interested high school students 
a little bit about teaching and to aid 
the growth of interest in the teaching 
profession. 

Led by Mrs. Hillman, the FTA 
meetings often had teachers for 
guest speakers. Student teachers 
also presented talks and panel dis- 
cussions were held by the high 
school students in the cadet teach- 
ing program. 

The Red Cross Club served the 
public. Stemming from the National 
Red Cross, this group worked in 
local hospitals and aided needy fam- 
ilies. This provided excellent train- 
ing for students interested in the 
medical field as a profession, 
ways, the Red Cross Club 
packets for the Annual Red 
Drive. The organization was 

of Mrs. Margaret 



As al- 
made 
Cross 
under 



the leadership 
Miller. 




RED CROSS — ROW 1: Saundra Radford, Elizabeth Carlson (Sec.-Treas.), Angela Dunn 

(Pres.), Esther Thornton (4th Delegate), Gricelda Ross (V-Pres.); ROW 2: Stephanie 

Hall, Annette Flanagan, Gloria Johnson (Delegate), Jerome Porter, Claire Rogers, Mrs. 
Miller (Sponsor) 

FTA — Row 2: Margie Ratcliff (Treas.), Denise Clark (Sec), Lynn Hansen (V-Pres.), 
Barbara Bridwell (Pres.). Row 2: Denise Montgomery, Carol Hansen, Rae Young, Debra 
Stanfield, Reginnia Adams, Joyce Hill, Susan Storey, Darell Gibson. Row 3: Toni Clark, 
Cathy Stimer, Dan Smith, Joycelyn Kennedy, Trish Lasher, Marsha Wineglass, Betty 
Sullivan, Pauletta Hart. Row 4: Mrs. Esther Hillman (Sponsor), Arietta Rhodes, Parthenia 
Weaver, Deborah Garrett, Pat Gregory, Elaine Rogers, Beth Burris. 





HISTORY CLUB — Row 1: Patty Kish, Sandy James, Lisa Horwitz, 
Bill Fatout, John Pellet, Mona Ringel, Sam Test, Allen Carroll; 
Row 2: Sarah Hochstedler, Jam's Barnes, Paul Eroukhmanoff, 
Helmut Giese, Rolf Ehrenberg, John Rauch, Mrs. Howard (Spon- 



sor); Row 3: Janet Teter, Helen Lingeman, Sarah Bonner, Andy 
Carroll, Barbara Smith, Mark Friedmeyer; Row 4: Vicki Lewis, 
Leigh Wildman, Dianne Saperstein, Barbara Bridwell, Anna Mullen 



Speakers Spark History Club Year 



Under the leadership of Mrs. Elsie 
Howard, sponsor, and a full comple- 
ment of officers, the History Club 
provided a sounding board for ju- 
niors and seniors interested in all as- 
pects of Social Studies. At the club's 
bi-monthly meetings guest speakers 
provided "jumping off" places for 
various historical discussions. 

In addition to its more serious ac- 
tivities, the History Club held a num- 
ber of social events during the year, 
of these the one that members 
looked forward to was the annual 
Bridey Murphey Party. Held in the 
late fall, the party was attended by 
club members dressed as historical 
personages. 

As one of Shortridge's oldest 
clubs, the History Club has, through 
the years, maintained high standards 
of membership. All prospective mem- 
bers were required to submit his- 
torical outlines and maintain a B 
average in history. If accepted, the 
new member was initiated in a for- 
mal ceremony and pledged to live 
up to the Club's motto: "Make His- 
tory Every Day." 







Mrs. Howard watches as Patty Kish and Allen Carroll serve punch and cookies to hungry 
History Club member, Dan Carr. 



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NEW 1969 QUILL AND SCROLL INITIATES— Row I: Sandra James, Kay Kennedy, Denise 
Clark, Sarah Hockstedler, Lynn Hansen. Row 2: Bryan Graham, Bob Young, John Pellett, 
Tom Hudson, Barb Bridwell, Bridget Boaz. 



Annual Editor Sandy James prepares a 
bouquet of chrysanthemums, sold by Quill 
and Scroll members as a money-making 
project. 



Journalists Sold Mums, Held Dinner 



The A. J. Kettler Chapter of Quill 
and Scroll, honorary student jour- 
nalism organization, began this years 
activities with its annual chrysan- 
themum sale on the day of the final 
football game. 

During the yuletide season, the 
organization took charge of the sub- 
scription for the Christmas Echo. 

Quill and Scroll conducted two 
initiations, after applicants had met 
the requirements. The student must 
have contributed at least 360 inches 
to the Echo or have been recom- 
mended by the Annual sponsor for 
membership. He must also be a 
junior or senior in the upper third 
of his class and be approved by the 
national secretary of Quill and Scroll. 

The late January initiation took 
place in the library, and was high- 
lighted by a prominent guest speak- 
er. 

The big festivity of the year was 
the spring Annual Awards Day Ban- 
quet. Members, family and friends 
were greeted with attractive table 
decorations and a dinner served by 
the girls of the Home Economics de- 
partment. 




1968-69 QUILL AND SCROLL MEMBERS — Row 1: Elizabeth Unger, Liza Horwitz, Phil 
Slates, Cheryl Haddox, Janean Burton. Row 2: Miss Jean Grubbs, (Sponsor), Janice 
Hunter, Bob Hansen, Richard Edyvean, Steve Lawrence, Mr. Robert Houston, (Sponsor). 



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Photogs, Radio Club Have Big Year 




1969 marked the birth of a new 
SHS organization-The Photography 
Club. Complete with Constitution, a 
good-sized membership, sponsor 
and available funds, the club was 
active from the start. 

The school administration re- 
activated the former publications 
darkroom for the use of club mem- 
bers. 

Organized and led by Anthony 
Christian, president, and Steve 
Lawrence, vice-president, important 
speakers appeared at almost every 
club meeting. The technical aspects 
of photography were discussed and 
film strips were shown. A display was 
maintained part of the year in the 
foyer showing examples of member's 
photographic art. 

The Radio Club was organized to 
help members receive a novice or 
operators license for a ham radio 
set. Field trips were taken and semi- 
nars held to demonstrate the newest 
trends in radio design and radio 
equipment. 



RADIO CLUB — Paul Holmgren, Matt Laubach, Richard Edyvean, Chung Meng, Mr. 
Charles Thomas (Sponsor). 





PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB — Row 1: Sandy James, Robbie McClure, Esther Thornton, Gricelda 
Ross, Becky Smith, April Smith. Row 2: Rolf Ehrenberg, Randy Strand, Anthony Christian, 
Steve Lawrence, Dave Wiles, Timothy Lord, Mr. Robert Houston (Sponsor) 



Rolf sets his shutter speed before taking 
a picture. 



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There are three math clubs at 
Shortridge. The Hi Pi Club, which is 
open to first and second year math 
students, introduced new mathemati- 
cal phrases to its members. To quali- 
fy for Math Club, the student must 
be enrolled in Geometry II or above, 
and must have a C average in math. 
Being a member of Hi Pi for one 
year allows the pupil automatically 
to join the Math Club. If the student 
wasn't in Hi Pi, he could write a 
research paper on some mathemati- 
cal topic of his choice to gain mem- 
bership. Mu Alpha Theta, the Na- 
tional Math Society, is composed of 
only those pupils capable of meet- 
ing the rigid National requirements 
of being in Alg. Ill or above, having a 
B+ average in preceding math 
courses and a B average overall. 

The sponsors of all three clubs 
were Miss Ellen Ocker and Miss Lu- 
cille Wahl. 




MATH CLUB — Row 1: Miss Ellen Ocker, (sponsor), Reginnia Adams, (Sec), John Pellett, 
(Pres.), Jim Campbell, (V. Pres.), Ted Morris, (Tres.), Miss Lucille Wahl, sponsor, Row 2: 
Sandy James, Kazuko Knight, Elaine Drager, Tom Hudson, Leslie Yeager. Row 3: John 
Batuello, Richard Edyvean, Barbara Hammer. 

Math Clubs and Quiz Kids Exercise 




HI-PI — Row 1: Miss Ellen Ocker (sponsor), 
David Niss, John Shaw (Pres.), June Old- 
ham (Treas.), Quensetta Williams (Sec), 
Miss Lucille Wahl (sponsor) Row 2: Jan- 
ice Williams, Belinda McPherson, Bruce 
Wright, Matt Laubach, Chung Meng, Ran- 
dall Kelso. 



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HIGH SCHOOL BOWL — Dan Carr, 
Fatout, Joe Ingraham, John Eble. 



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Knowledge and Abilities 




The Shortridge "Quiz Kids" for 
the year 1968-1969 were Dan Carr, 
Bill Fatout, Joe Ingraham and John 
Eble. This was the year for the team 
to sit out the Exercise in Knowledge 
tournament. Instead they participat- 
ed in the High School Bowl. The 
Shortridge "Quiz Kids" matched 
their knowledge and quick recall 
with Howe High School only to lose 
in a very close match. The team 
name was changed from the Exercise 
in Knowledge team to the High 
School Bowl team this year to match 
the tourney in which they partici- 
pated. 

The team worked with questions 
submitted from the various Short- 
ridge classes concerning the sub- 
ject of the class. They also chal- 
lenged the Shortridge clubs to knowl- 
ege matches. Mrs. Constance Kirby 
sponsored the group. 



MU ALPHA THETA— Row 1: Miss Ellen 
Ocker (Sponsor), Elaine Hart, John Pel- 
lett, Tom Hudson, Sandy James, Miss 
Lucille Wahl (Sponsor). Row 2: Randall 
Kelso, John Shaw, Barbara Hammer, 
Bruce Wright, June Oldham, Leslie Yea- 
ger. 



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"The Circle" 
Clubs for 
Knowledge 



El Circulo Espanol was open to all 
students in Spanish I through IV. The 
club, sponsored by Mrs. Virginia 
Graham, sought to broaden the stu- 
dents knowledge of customs and 
habits of people in the Spanish 
speaking countries. 

Films and slides of Spain and 
Mexico enabled students to become 
acquainted with the people and their 
living conditions. 

For Shortridge French students, 
Le Cercle Francais offered many 
beneficial activities. The students 
learned about the lives and social 
customs of the French through ac- 
tivities such as the French Christ- 
mas Party. 

Both clubs conducted meetings in 
their language in order to improve 
techniques. 




LE CERCLE FRANCAIS — Row 1: Elizabeth Unger, Barbara Smith, Sarah Hochstedler. 
Row 2: Ted Grosbach, John Eble, Bartram Brown, Joe Ingram, Paul Erouckhmanoff. 




EL CIRCULO ESPANOL— Row 1: Mrs. Vir- 
ginia Graham, sponsor, M e I i n e Berry, 
Sherryl Puckett, Susie Solterman, Susie 
Blandina, Gary Thompson, Susie Fortier, 
Michelle Jones, Vickie Hunter. Row 2: 
Gayle Thorn, Venita Flippin, Yvonne Cur- 
tis, Beth Cushing, Cornelius Chandler, 
Sylvia Frazier, Geraldine Williams, Carol 
Pike. Row 3: Brad Armacost, Joyce Hough- 
ton, Jacqueline Smith, Margaret Ross, 
Marsha Wineglass, Quensetta Williams, 
Brenda Peacock, Denise Murrell. Row 4: 
Denise Newland, Julie Johnson, Patricia 
Gregory, Kay Kennedy, Sharon Bellamy, 
Karen Bishop, Kris Teter, Sara Allega. 



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CHESS CLUB — Row 2: Mark Kelly, Don Fasig; Row 2: Bruce Wright (Sec), John Polley 
(Tres.), Gerald Williams (Hon. Pres.), Richard Hudson (Vice Pres.), Bruce McCrae, John 
Weber (Pres.); Row 3: Paul Eroukhmanoff, Barbara Hames, Penny Armistead, Ted 
Morris, Mike Goler, Charles Thomas (Spon.); Row 4: Randy Gilland, Hoover Baker (Spon.), 
John Rauch, Greg Henkle 



Bruce McCrae watches with glee as John 
Weber checks another opponent during a 
lunch hour practice game. 



Clubs for 

Journalists, 

Qtrafegists 



Coming out of the State Chess 
Meet with a second place, the Short- 
ridge Chess Team brought many 
honors to itself and the school. The 
team was chosen from the members 
of the Chess Club. The Chess Club, 
sponsored by Mr. Baker and Mr. 
Thomas, was organized to further 
knowledge and interest in the age- 
old game. 

During the year, the club studied 
chess moves in detail. After much 
study, the club set up a tournament 
to find their five best members for 
the Chess Team. 

The Shortridge Fiction Club 
strives to give its members experi- 
ence in writing. The members tried 
their hands at all forms of writing. 
At club meetings, members pre- 
sented their efforts for helpful hints 
from others. 




FICTION CLUB— ROW 2: Mrs. Rachel Bruhn (Spon.), John Weber (Tres.), Daniel Carr 
(Pres.), Ginny Johnson (V. Pres.), Cheryl Haddox (Sec); ROW 2: Denise Clark, Carol 
Sharpe, Carolyn Dorsey, Elizabeth Unger, Phil Slates, Tricia Adams; ROW 3: Mayoni 
Williams, Doris Tyson, Donna Pickney, Dianne Saperstein, Anna Mullen, Phyllis Rapier; 
ROW 4: John Butsch, Mike Myers, Susan Davis, Anita DeFrantz, Bill Fatout. 



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FOOTLIGHTS — ROW 1: Don Fasig, Carol 
Sharpe, Susie Buschmann (Scribe), Caro- 
lyn Dorsey (V-Pres.), Reginald Bentley 
(Pres.), Barbara Bridwell (Sec), Margaret 
Myers (Treas.); ROW 2: Robin Hamner, 
Diana Hinesly, Linda Dickinson, Gricelda 
Ross, Susie Turnipseed, Nalini Joshi, Mary 
Ann Bruce, Jana Walker; ROW 3: Eliza- 
beth Litel, Cheri Wiggins, Linda Logsdon, 
Kathy Jo Adams, Quensetta Williams, June 
Oldham, Janet Mikels, Linda Lavin, Mar- 
lena S i s k i n d ; ROW 4: Mike Dabney, 
Charles Toombs, Arietta Rhodes, Karen 
Glickert, Matt Laubach, Clinton Carbon, 
Kathy Starkey 




Dramatists, Stage Crew Entertain 



Students interested in Dramatics 
were always able to join Footlights. 
Meetings featured speakers who dis- 
cussed all aspects of stage presenta- 
tions. 

In the annual All-School Play, 
members had the opportunity to use 
their talents and skills. Footlighters 
also participated in the P.T.A. musi- 
cal in both on stage and off stage 
capacities. 

Any member of Footlights who ac- 
cumulated ten Thespian points on 
stage productions was eligible for 
membersh'p in the National Thes- 
pian Society. To get one Thespian 
point the student needed to produce 
ten hours of work on stage produc- 
tions. Membership was not limited 
to only those who performed on 
stage, but also those who worked 
behind the scenes on lights, sound, 
make-up, and props. 

The Stage Crew was always there 
behind the scenes to check on lights, 
scene changes, and various other 
behind-the-scenes work. This group 
built, painted, and set up the sce- 
nery. They also operated curtains, 
lights, the sound system, and back- 
drops. For this work, they also re- 
ceived Thespian points. Led by Mr. 
Studebaker, the Stage Crew kept 
backstage productions running 
smoothly. 



THESPIANS — ROW 1: Scott Selmanoff, Anita DeFrantz, Carolyn Dorsey, Cathy Stout; 
ROW 2: Mona Ringle, Philip Hirsch (sponsor), Janice Hunter, Susan Davis, Geneva 
Gardner, John Butsch; ROW 3: Duncan Laign, Richard Edyvean, Reginald Bentley, Eric 
Jones, Mike Dabney 




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Stage crew member Richard Edyvean was not only behind the 
stage but also on it in a play with Footlighter Carol Sharpe. 



Thespian Carolyn Dorsay spent hours rehearsing for the Senior 
Play. 




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STAGE CREW— Arthur Studebaker (Advi- 
sor), Richard Edyvean, Terence Crawford, 
Duncan Laing, Eric Jones, Steve Bryan. 



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Service Clubs Helped Needy Families 



Tri-Hi-Y was a service club for 
boys and girls of Shortridge High 
School. The club had several pro- 
jects during the year. The members 
gathered and gave a basket to a 
needy family for Christmas. Also on 
the agenda was entertaining grade 
school children from different city 
schools. Several members attended 
the model United Nations held at the 
State House, as well as the Legisla- 
ture held at Indiana University. 

Y-Teens also had a busy schedule 
this year. They were a Girls' service 
club affiliated with the Y.W.C.A. 
Through this club girls grew in 
friendship with people of different 
races, religions and backgrounds. 
Members donated toys and a food 
basket to a needy family. The toys 
were the price of admission to the 
Annual Toyland Dance. Y-Teens sold 
candy as a money-making project 
and participated in the local Y's ac- 
tivities. 




Y-TEENS — Row 1: Gricelda Ross, Joyce Hill, 
(Asst. sec), Parthenia Weaver (Sec), Marilyn 
(Pres.). Row 2: Dorine Twyman, Vickie Hunter, 
Storey, Charisse Burch, Cynthia Brandon. Row 
Sylvia Frazier, Geraldine Williams, Gwendolyn 
Carol Sharpe, Andrea Williams. Row 4: Denise 



ton, Virginia Booth, Bernadette Randle, Avis Johnson, Julie Johnson. 



Debbie Thorn (Treas.), Phyllis Rapier, 
O'Bannon (V-Pres.), Susie Turnipseed 
Gloria Johnson, Lynne Johnston, Susan 
3: Mrs. Rosemary Carpenter (Sponsor), 
Thomas, Mary Payton, Lynette White, 
Murrell, Sharon Smith, Esther Thorn- 



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TRI-HI-Y — Row 2: Paul Eroukhmanoff, Pamela Sallee, Barbara 
Fields, Linda Grady, Lynn Davis, Levert Sharpe, Gregory Posley. 
Row 2: Helmut Giese, Sandra Radford, Shari McCray, Victoria 



Benberry, Marsha Hearn, Richard Pinner, Mark Hammer, Pren- 
tice Porter. Row 3: Mrs. Rosemary Carpenter (Sponsor), Peggy 
Brown, Eleecia Draughton, Angela Goodson, Lula Barnett. 





HRC — ROW 1: John Butsch, Denice Clark, Linda Christian, Dar- 
rell Gibson, Aleta Hodge, Donna Pinckney; ROW 2: Nalini Joshi, 
Karen Nance, Carolyn Buis, Thorn Waldo, Scott Selmanoff, Marcia 
Clark, Elaine Hart, Anne Lieber, Kathy Starkey, Carolyn Dorsey, 
Susan Story, Cheryl Haddox, Ginny Johnson, Robin Hammer, 
Sharon Levels, Jillane Tunstall, Mark Kelly; ROW 3: Kathy Whar- 
ton, Sylvia Eisman, Marianne Mitter, Debra Stanfield, Carol 
Sharpe, Beth Burris, Lorna Douglas, Betsy Fatout, Rosalind 
Dunham, Sandy Friedland, Karla Saperstein, Peggy Harger, 
Sarah Bonner, Kitsy Shanklin, John Polley, Linda Logsdon, Jac- 



queline Smith, Marlene Siskind, Paulette Ford; ROW 4: Cecilia 
Nolcox, Roy Aberson (Spon.), Linda Dickinson, Barbara Malone, 
Debbie Elam, Rick Borman, Peggy Averitte, Diane Frazier, Denise 
Mullens, Yvonne Greene, Ruth McNary, Karen McClain, Beverly 
Buckner, Bart Brown, John Eble, Anna Mullen, Karen Clark; 
ROW 5: Michael Dabney, Jeremy Smith, Thomas McDowell, Karen 
Williams, Janice Hunter, Pat Gregory, Claire Rogers, Janis Putelis, 
Mary Steichen, Tim McDowell, Tom Streeter, Gerald Johnson, John 
Weber, Matt Laubach, John Pellett, Martha McAndrews, Trish 
Lasher, Barbara Bridwell. 



Although the Human Relations 
Council was originally established to 
better race relations between stu- 
dents at Shortridge, its current pro- 
grams also included a series of open 
forum discussions for pupils who 
had problems which concerned the 
school itself. 

HRC served as a "sounding 
board" for student "gripes." Pupils 
solved their problems through group 
or individual analysis. 

Members attended "informal-in- 
form" meetings where students ad- 
dressed the council on censorship, 
pupil-teacher relations, and personal 
attitudes toward other students. Any 
type of discussion was permitted and 
held by the group. 

The HRC Conference drew county- 
wide attention and excellent at- 
tendance. Plans for the Conference 
began early in the fall semester. A 
variety of speakers and topics were 
assembled for the final meetings. 

The Human Relations Council was 
under the direction of Mr. Roy Aber- 
son. Meetings were usually held on 
Tuesday evenings in the Teachers 
Cafeteria. 




HRC OFFICERS: Sitting: Denise Clark (V. Pres.), Aleta Hodge (Echo Corres.), 
ney (Pub. Char.), Standing: John Butsch (Pres.), Darrell Gibson (Tres.). 



Donna Pick- 



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Council Sponsored Many Activities 




With the beginning of the 1968-69 
school year, the sounding board of 
student opinion, the Student Coun- 
cil, forged ahead with many 
projects. 

A candy sale headed this list of 
projects. This year two kinds of 
candy were sold. One type was bar 
candy and the other was boxes of 
individually wrapped candies. 

The Football Festival and Football 
Dance, which replaced the Home- 
coming game and dance, served as 
the next project for the Student 
Council. On October 23, students 
witnessed the displaying of floats 
representing each class, a powder- 
puff football game and a tug-of-war. 

Another project on the agenda 
was Shortridge Day, a celebration of 
the moving of Shortridge High 
School to its present location. 



The featured speaker on Shortridge Day was Mayor Richard Lugar, former Shortridge 
graduate. 




STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS — Richard Borman (Sec.) Ruth McNairy (V-Pres.) Elaine Hart (Pres.) John Eble (Sec.) Stewart Haw- 
kins (Treas.) 



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Student council members representing the whole student 
body jam into the Reference Room for a meeting. 



The officers of the Student Council direct discussion regarding 
keeping the Cafeteria clean. 




STUDENT COUNCIL— Row 1: John Eble (Sec), Richard Borman 
(Sec), Elaine Hart (Pres.), Ruth McNairy (V-Pres.), Stewart Haw- 
kins (Treas.), Mr. Tom Henderson (Sponsor). Row 2: Angela 
Goodson, Vicki Hunter, Beth Burris, Karen O'Brien, Denise Wal- 
ker, Michael Gude, Marilyn O'Bannon, Debbie Gentry, Patty Kish, 
Michael Dabney, Melissa Ingram, Esther Thornton, Betty-Jo 
Rawls, Patty Hummons, Gail Allen, Gwen Weeks, Cheryl Bridge- 
fort, Mary Nolan, Kerry Kirch, Jacquelyn Si 
ko Knight, Thorn Waldo, Sid Johnson, Bil 
Anne Lieber, Quensetta Williams, Margie 
son, Darrell Gibson, Susan Story, John 
Pattie Smith, Rae Young, Kaye Smith, 



immons. Row 3: Teric- 
Leveque, John Butsch, 
Ratcliff, Gerald John- 
Polley, Nancy Barrett, 
Phyllis Rapier, Loretta 



Moore, Wanda Martin, Linda Quinney, Sarah Bonner. Row 4: 
Anita Wade, Sandra Bentley, Nalini Joshi, Joyce Smith, Sandra 



Radford, Mona Oglesby, Gary Mays, Yvonne Greene, Quanita 
Wilhite, Janice Hunter, David Bradshaw, Theron Roe, Sam Test, 
Allen Carroll, Bill Fatout, Paul Eroukmanoff, Breck Tyler, Dan 
Carr, John Pellett, Fritz Kunz, Kevin Lillard. Row 5: Gwen Rus- 
sell, Debbie Colbert, Joyce Crawford, Sue Michels, John Town- 
send, Clinton Carbon, Mike Myers, Tom Streeter, Bart Brown, 
Ezra Bufford, Angie Veegh, Kathy Schricker, Donna Pinckney, 
Tim McDowell, Bruce Jordan, Max Reisberg, Dan Wallace, Ginny 
Johnson, Tricia Adams, Carl Bradley. Row 6: Martha McAndrews, 
Anna Mullen, Jim Campbell, Denise Mullens, Rolf Ehrenberg, 
John Weber, Kris Teter, Karen McClain, Dianne Frazier, Clarence 
Crain, Sheri Wilson, Matt Lieber, Janean Burton, Patricia Wharton, 
Thomas Nolan, Judy Garrett, Brenda Crawford, Denise Clark. 




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Patsy Read's "One Special Boy" is her steady John Butsch. 



A dream comes true for Mike Dabney's "family," Kathy Stout, 
Patsy Read, and Fritz Kuntz as they appear on Ed Sullivan's show. 



Musical Replaced PTA Family Frolic 




Since there was no Family Frolic 
this year, the Music Department pre- 
sented the Broadway hit musical 
"Bye, Bye, Birdie" as the PTA's 
chief money-making project. 

The musical concerns rock'n'roll 
idol Conrad Birdie. When he is 
drafted into the Army, the teenagers 
of the nation are distressed, but no 
more than Conrad's manager, Albert 
Peterson. Albert, with the help of his 
secretary and financee, Rose Al- 
varez, devised a plan to pacify the 
teenagers and save his business. He 
chooses at random a member of the 
Birdie Fan Club upon whom Conrad 
will bestow a farewell kiss, live on 
the Ed Sullivan Show. The lucky fan 
is Kim McAfee, President of the Con- 
rad Birdie Fan Club of Sweetapple, 
Ohio. 

The story has a happy ending, 
though at times this result appears 
doubtful. 

The musical was a success, being 
well received and taking in $1,400. 



Telling what his singing sensation, Conrad Birdie, 
front of the press at the railroad station. 



is like, Randy Strand sings out in 



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The Barbershop Quartet composed of Stewart Hawkins, Jonathan Usher, David Slates and David Bradshaw sang as Paula Consentino 
"Rosie" made a phone call. 



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VP 




Vaudeville Chairman Patsy Read gets 
"That Vaudeville Feeling." 



Liz Ulen and David Bradshaw help to "hold up" Allen Carroll in "Thirty Dirty Birdies' 



Juniors Portrayed "That Vaudeville 




Ginger and the Snaps, from "Destination: Anywhere" include Anna McAffee, Darrell 
Gibson, Sandra Bentley, Joy Smith, Tanya Douglas, Greg Douglas and Elloweze McAfee. 



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"That Vaudeville Feeling" com- 
bined all of the acts into one produc- 
tion for this years Vaudeville. Patsy 
Read as Vaudeville Chairman re- 
searched carefully before choosing 
the theme. 

Four acts survived cuts and then 
started the long rehearsals necessary 
for the finished Junior Vaudeville. 
"Destination: Anywhere" by Pauletta 
Hart, Carol Hoskins and Stefanie 
Stewart was a spoof dealing with 
endless space. Vickie Lewis, Helen 
Lingeman and Leigh Wildman cre- 
ated "Thirty Dirty Birdies" telling 
the story of a missing inheritance. 
The eternal triangle was portrayed 
in "Apron String" by Kathy Jo 
Adams, Charles Coombs and Jack 
Perkins. A comedy on conformity 
written by Debbie Elam, Sarah Hoch- 
stedler and Cathy Wharton was call- 
ed "Zandemore's a Drag or Egg- 
plant is Our Bag." 



Posing are the "Destination Anywhere" 
Mystery Maidens, Cheri Wiggins, Karen 
Clark, Denise Gibson, Sheila Shorts, and 
Beverly Buckner. 



Ready to do the Death Dance in "Zan- 
demor's a Drag or Eggplant is our Bag" 
are Jane Sonday, Marianne Mitter, Cecilia 
Nolcox, Sarah Ford and Yvonne Rawls. 





Ready to "boo" passersby are "Thirty 
Dirty Birdies" Ghosts Dianne Frazier, Kris 
Teter, Debby Saperstein, Kathy Demas, 
Karen McClain, Barbie Demas 



Feeling" With Straw Hat and Cane 




King Eggbert, John Pellett, talks to his aid, Charles Roach, while 
the Alchemists Joe Ingraham and Ted Grosbach discuss spells in 
"Zandemor's a Drag or Eggplant is Our Bag". 




Michelle Dancers, Ann Russell and Louisa Jones, get ready to 
"do their thing" in "Apron String". 



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Russians Inherit Chicago White Sox 




Many hours of work go into any 
stage production, and the Senior 
Play was no exception. The play, "A 
Pennant for the Kremlin", was a 
fanciful comedy about what hap- 
pened when the Chicago White Sox 
came under Russian ownership. The 
rib-tickler was when the Russian 
manager took complete control of 
the team and tried to learn the game 
and then became Americanized. But 
his activities were foiled by a lady 
villain imported from Russia. 

But, the play was not all villainy. 
There was a romantic affair between 
one of the ball players and the Rus- 
sian manager's daugter. The Russian 
manager also came out of it all with 
a nice American girlfriend. 

The two performances were well- 
received by their audiences. The 
Senior class was pleased to learn 
that the play made much more 
money than expected. 



Reginald Bentley was very funny when he tried to convince John Pellett that faked 
commercials are harmless. 



James Andrews watched in awe as the White Sox players tried to convince Tom Hudson to talk John Pellett into keeping Yvonne 

baseball hit by a White Sox player cleared Green out of the dugout, 

the right field fence. 





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Debbie and Janet 
Crowned Festival, 
Jamboree Queens 



Debbie Blake was crowned 1968 Fall Festival Queen. 



August of 1968 came, and so did 
the Football Jamboree. Janet Teter 
was elected as Jamboree Queen, 
while the Shortridge Blue Devils 
started a good football season by 
beating Tech 13-6. The game proved 
exciting for Janet, as she rooted for 
the Shortridge Blue Devils. 

Although there was no Homecom- 
ing this year the student body still 
wanted to have some festivities. The 
students elected a Fall Festival 
Queen. After a powderpuff football 
game and tug of war, a dance was 
held. At the dance, Debbie Blake 
was elected Queen. The princesses 
were junior Joyce Crawford, sopho- 
more Cheryl Bridgeforth and fresh- 
man Valerie Warner. The girls were 
crowned at the dance which was held 
in the gym that night. 



1968 Jamboree Queen was Janet Teter. 




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Leading shot Tony Christian "sights" the photographer. 



RIFLE TEAM — Teresa Nichols, Tony Christian, Rex Myers, Dwight 
Beasley, Don Wiggins, Troy Littrell, Leonard Clark. 



Officers Reached Chain of Command 



From the day a cadet enters room 
241 he looks forward to membership 
in the Officer's Club. The club in- 
cluded the best of the Shortridge 
ROTC. Anyone that is in the club 
served the Shortridge ROTC for 
many hours of their free time as 
well as in the ROTC classroom. They 
also had shown outstanding leader- 
ship in most areas of instruction. 

The Shortridge Rifle Team con- 
tained two of the best shots in the 
state. Tony Christian and Rex Myers 
shot with a group of eight of the 
other top firers in the city against 
Culver Military Academy. Tony 
Christian with a first place and Rex 
Myers with a third place helped to 
beat Culver for the first time in 
seven years. The whole Shortridge 
team participated in a dual elimina- 
tion match with the rest of the city's 
ten high school ROTC rifle teams. 



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We thought Santa came down the chimney. 



'I wonder how far I can lean?" 




Steve Johnson always gets a spare. 



Rick Adams knocks 'em dead! 





Activities 
Were Fun 

'A dame in the dugout is bad luck." 



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The various sports offered by the Shortridge Athletic 
Department gave students a chance to develop physically. 
The Shortridger strove for excellence in Athletics. Al- 
though he preferred winning, he also was a "good sport" 
when he lost. 

The Shortridger was also concerned about the extra 
knowledge and know-how that makes a game interesting. 
Student athletes were not the only people involved. Al- 
most a dozen men devoted time and effort to teaching 
Shortridgers sports. Not to be forgotten were the specta- 
tors, that always stood behind the team to cheer them to 
victory. All these people made Shortridge, a school of ath- 
letics, as well as a school of people. 








Athletics 



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Lettermen, Cheerleaders Help All 




LETTERMEN'S CLUB— Row 1: Michael Bluiett (Treas.), Wayne 
Curley, Gary Franklin (Pres.), Fred Powell (Sgt. of Arms), Arthur 
Jackson (V-Pres.), Larry Dodson (Sec), Row 2: James Lewis, 
Leonard Clark, William Harris, George Vaughn, Carl Lile, David 



Norwood, Desmond Smith. Row 3: Mr. Carl Cox (Sponsor), Morris 
Woolridge, Art Warner, Ken Williams, Ken Randle, Don Birdsong, 
Eugene Murray, Row 4: Edward Matthews, Randolph Jones, Greg 
Burch, Robert Wilson, Clarence Crain, Jonny Gordon, Theron Roe. 



FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS — Row 1: Jackie Kennedy, Karla Saperstein (Co-Captain), 
Carolyn Waters. Row 2: Betsy Fatout, Tericko Knight, Jane Sonday, Sandy Friedland. 




The Lettermen showed their ser- 
vice to the school in other ways than 
just participating in athletics. They 
also sold tickets for student plays 
and musicals, aided teachers and ad- 
ministrators in their daily tasks and 
dispensed popcorn and soft drinks 
at football and basketball games all 
during the school year. Another such 
service activity was organizing and 
operating a cheer block for away- 
from-home basketball games. 

An unusual feature of the Letter- 
men's activities was a program of 
selling donuts four days in the week 
in the cafeteria. These "goodies" 
were offered to students who just 
couldn't get up in time for breakfast. 

Many social events also occupied 
the time of this busy group, includ- 
ing an athletic dinner at the end of 
the school year for all student 
athletes. 



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Shortridge's swinging cheerleaders warm 
up the crowd at an early morning pep 
session. 



VARSITY CHEERLEADERS— Row 1: Pat- 
zetta Jackson, Myra Hirsch; Row 2: Gloria 
Goodrich, Rae Young (Co-Captain); Row 3: 
Debby Saperstein, Patty Smith (Co-Cap- 
tain); Sandra O'Banion. 



Cheerleader's Give Teams Strength 



Backing the teams with "go-go- 
go", the cheerleaders and Pom Pom 
Girls encouraged fighting Shortridge 
players on toward state recognition. 

Co-captains of the Varsity squad 
were Patty Smith and Rae Young, 
who led the group of three seniors 
and four juniors through football and 
basketball contests and many in- 
door and outdoor pep sessions. All 
the Varsity Cheerleaders attended a 
cheerleading camp during the sum- 
mer, so that they could learn all tne 
new cheers and routines. 

The Reserve and Freshmen 
squads added much to the flavor of 
underclass competition. Miss Caryl 
Gaines sponsored all the cheerlead- 
ing groups. 

The Pom Pom Girls, a newly or- 
ganized pep group this year, also 
helped to boost school spirit. With 
the aid of the band, these girls per- 
formed during basketball half-times 
to entertain spectators. Mrs. Mari- 
anne Inman acted as sponsor for the 
group in their first year. 



RESERVE CHEERLEADERS — Row 1: Susie Buschmann; Row 2: Margaret Myers, Maralena 
Roth (Co-Captain); Row 3: Carol Henderson, Jana Walker; Row 4: Daphne Johnson (Co- 
Captain); Marsha McDowell. 




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The boys had a tug-of-war for the Foot- 
ball Festival, unfortunately the rope broke. 




Early morning pep sessions cheered the teams to victory. 



Pom-Pom Girls Liven Up Half-Time 



Girls head for the ball carrier during the 
powder puff football game. 




POM-POM GIRLS — Row 1: Ramona Oglesby, Gail Neal, Linda 
Watts, Beverly Buckner, Liz Dahl, Iris White, Karen Jones. Ro- 
vinna Booth, Carolyn King, Brenda Crawford, Pat Ford, Phyllis 
Jewell. Row 2: Margie Ratcliffe, Romania Milton, Joyce Craw- 



ford, Cassandra Williams, Gwen Carpenter, Sherry Owsley, Gricel- 
da Ross, Nona Gaddie, Daphne Matthews, Deborah Carpenter 
(Co-Capt.), Betty Sullivan, Diana Brown, Gail Allen (Capt.), 
Mrs. Marianne Inman (Sponsor). 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL — Row 1: Coach Louis Hurrle, Virgil Gavis, 
Wayne Curley, James Lewis, Arthur Warner, Brownie Coleman, 
Kenneth Glenn, Danny Holland, Tom Freebairn, Gary Franklin, 
George Vaughn, Charles Johnson, Willis Oldham, Michael Bluiett 
(manager), Row 2: Asst. Coach Joe Tofil, Cornelius Chandler, John 
Kirmil, Michael Curry, Morris Wooldridge, Desmond Smith, Bill 
Harris, Clarence Curry, Donald Birdsong, Leon Graves, Larry Ben- 



berry, Tom Nolan, Kenny Williams, Clarence Frazier, Dennis Grady. 
Row 3: Coach Vince Birdin, Eugene Murray, David Nemecek, 
Daniel Wilcox, Matt Lieber, Fred Powell, Hynes Burnett, Bronnie 
Hazelwood, Arthur Jackson, Robert Wilson, Norman Williams, 
Greg Strand, Randy Strand, Head Coach Don Benbow, Robert 
Nipper (Athletic Director) 



Spirif Builds Another SH8 Winner 



The Shortridge gridders had 
another almost perfect season with 
an 8-2 record. The team began the 
season well, winning the first six 
games before coming up to City 
Champion Cathedral. Trying to gain 
revenge, the team outscored the next 
two opponents almost two to one, 
only to end the season on a losing 
note in a close game against Tech. 

Leading the scoring was Wayne 
Curley with 146 points. He was sec- 
ond in the city and fourth in the state 
in total scoring for the season. The 
Shortridge team had three men ap- 
pointed to the All-City. 

Shortridge, with 304 season 
points, scored more than three 
times as many as their opponents, 
who totaled 98 points. 

Coach Don Benbow thought that 
"The team displayed themselves well 
on and off the field and with a few 
breaks they could have gone unde- 
feated." 

Coach Benbow was assisted by 
Coach Vince Birdin and Coach Louis 
Hurrle. 



Senior back Wayne Curley surges toward 
the goaline for another touchdown to add 
to his already huge record. 



1968-VARSITY 




FOOTBALL 


SCORES 




Opponent 


Opp. 


SHS 


Marshall 


12 


3 


5 


Northwest 


7 


4 


7 


Brebeuf 


19 


4 


1 


Ben Davis 


7 


34 


Ritter 


6 


26 


Attucks 





51 


Cathedral 


13 


6 


Wood 


6 


31 


Broad Ripple 


14 


27 


Tech 


14 


7 




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Frosh Qecond in City, Reserve Back 




RESERVE FOOTBALL — Row 1: Coach Louis Hurrle, Carl Burnett, 
Ernest Lambert, Don Edwards, Martin Goens, Rodney White, 
Keith Rand, Gary Ogton, Dennis Grady. Row 2: Cornelius Chand- 
ler, Dan Wallace, Kenneth Glenn, Robert Radcliffe, Micheal Curry, 



Kevin Killebrew, Clarence Frazier, Tom Freebairn, Bruce Tandy, 
Row 3: Arthur Cobb, Randy Strand, Donald Hodge, Oliver Evans, 
Greg Strand, Greg White, Ira Williams, Mark Bledsoe, Matt Lieber. 




Headed for the field as well as for the 
bench, the Blue Devils change from of- 
fense to defense. 



Putting everything into it, Arthur Cobb places the pigskin through 
the uprights as Gary Franklin holds. 




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the Varsity 



The reserve gridders came up with 
a total season record of 4-6 as they 
backed up the winning varsity. After 
the first two wins of the season, 
three of the reserves graduated to 
the varsity, leaving the B team no 
choice but to improvise and use men 
in several positions. By the end of 
the season most players had played 
three different positions. 

The first-year-men started the 
season slowly, but ended up with a 
winning 7-3 record. As the season 
progressed, the team learned the 
plays, and by the end of the season 
were ready to advance to reserve and 
varsity. In all, their two losses within 
the city were by a total of a slim 
seven points. To end the season, the 
Frosh found themselves runners-up 
in the city for the third year in a row. 

The reserve coach was Louis 
Hurrle and the freshman coach was 
Joe Tofil. 









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It takes two big Tech opponents to bring down one little leading scorer by the name of 
Wayne Curley. 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL — Row 2: Coach Ned Wright, Walter Pea- 
cock, Chris Andrews, William Bills, Gary Smith, Mark McDonald, 
Henry Shanklin, Derrick Ford, John Jewett, Roger Panyard, James 
Demmings, Dave Skole, Manager Kevin Powers. Row 2: Dave 
West, Micheal Covington, Gregory Jones, Garry Finkton, Ronald 



Wilkins, Brian Ventresca, Daryl Morris, Richard McHenry, Jona- 
than Usher, Eugene Smith, Jim Jelliffe, Mr. Nipper, Athletic Direc- 
tor. Row 3: David Duncan, Reid Morris, James White, Mark Eble, 
Charles Jordon, Dennis Taylor, Dwight Howard, Jerry Smartt, 
Herbert Hert, Michael Young, Coach Joe Trofil. 




9H8 Harriers Had the Moving Qpirii 



Building for the future, the Short- 
ridge Cross Country team had many 
young inexperienced members. Re- 
sults indicated, however, that a 
bright future is in store for the 
harriers. 

Senior Kenny Randle was voted 
"The Most Valuable Player of the 
Year" by his teammates. Mike Wieg- 
hard was the most outstanding 
freshman harrier. 

The freshmen sixth place showing 
in their City Cross County Meet was 
a good indication of what is in store 
for the future of the team. 

Coach James Hill, himself a for- 
fer Shortridge State Cross Country 
Champion, commented that, "Due to 
the spirit the boys did show, I saw a 
lot of improvement." 




John Rauch watches as the Cross Country team including Greg Smith, Dwight Spain, 
Niven Drybrough, David Norwood, Kenny Randle, Robert Turner, Coach James Hill, Larry 
Dodson wait for the starter's signal. 



Resting before a meet, harriers Robert 
Turner and Niven Drybrough contemplate 
their chances for victory. 






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1968 VARSITY 


GOLF SCORES 


Opponent 


Opp. 


SHS 


Attucks 


31/2 


8 1/2 


B Ripple 


4 


8 


Wood 





12 


Chatard 


11 


1 


Arlington 


lite 


V2 


Brebeuf 


12 





N. West 


U% 


Vz 


Park 


8 





Tech 


71/2 


41/2 


Scecina 


12 





Kennedy 


6 


6 


Cathedral 


7 


3 


Howe 


12 





Washington 


51/2 


61/2 


City 




11th 


Sectional 




17th 




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VARSITY GOLF TEAM — Bill McCalister, Mike Goodwin, Jim Campbell, Steve Gurnell, Alan 
Patterson, Michael Jones, Mr. Jerry Steiner, (Coach). 



Golfers, Racketmen Conclude Qeason 



1968 VARSITY TENNIS SCORES 



Although the 1968 tennis team 
was inexperienced and filled with 
underclassmen, the racketmen did 
their best and achieved a 5-8 record. 
Many of the team will return to play 
with a little more experience for the 
1969 tennis team. Competition with 
tough foes including Anderson, Sce- 
cina, Cathedral and Park prepared 
these underclassmen for future sea- 
sons. Senior letterman Fred Rice 
led the team with an 11-3 record 
and was rated as one of the top ten- 
nis players in the state. Junior Bill 
Fatout and freshman Todd Dietz rep- 
resented Shortridge in the 1968 
State Tennis Tournament. 

Despite its handicaps, the 1968 
tennis team turned in a respectable 
performance and showed potential 
strength for the 1969 season. 

The Golf Team was also made up 
of mainly underclassmen. The sea- 
son started off brightly but then the 
golfers met some tough rivals. Still, 
they managed to accumulate four 
wins and one tie during the season. 
Matches with Brebeuf, Scecina and 
Howe proved the hardest for the 
Shortridge Golf team. However, they 
did their best this season and show- 
ed potential strength for seasons to 
come. 



Opponent 


Opp. 


SHS 


Anderson 


7 





Tech 


5 


2 


Attucks 


1 


6 


Wood 





7 


Park 


6 


1 


Northwest 


3 


4 


Arlington 


6 


1 


Scecina 


6 


1 


Manual 


5 


2 


Kennedy 


2 


5 


Cathedral 


4 


3 


Howe 


5 


2 


Washington 


2 


5 



VARSITY TENNIS TEAM— Row 1: Bill Fa- 
tout, Bob Buschman, Todd Dietz, Charles 
Roach, (Manager). Row 2: Randy Strand, 
Fred Rice, Greg Strand. 



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VARSITY BASKETBALL — Row I: Eugene Murray (Mgr.), Ken Ran- 
dle, Carl Lile, Greg Allen, Jerry Willis, Theron Roe (Mgr.); Row 2: 
Coach George Theofanis, Bronnie Hazelwood (Mgr.), Clarence 



Grain, George Tandy, Henry Robinson, Robert Wilson, Robert E. 
Wilson, Coach Carl Cox 




Senior Jerry Willis jumped high for two 
points as the opposition watched. 

FRESHMAN BASKETBALL— Row 2: Rich- 
ard Tourney (Mgr.), James Jelliffe, Mark 
McDonald, Juan Jones, Walter Peacock, 
James Gibson, James Demmings, John 
Jewett, Jimmy Ellison, Kevin Powers, 
(Mgr.). Row 2: Coach Joe Tofil, James 
White, Derrick Ramsom, Warren Boyd, 
Brian Ventresca, Michael Covington, Mike 
Young, Dwight Howard, Coach Donald 
Benbow 




RESERVE BASKETBALL — Row I; William Offett, Joe Johnson. Row 2: James Lambert, 
Leon Graves, Charles Nawson, Ben Singletary, Charles Cox, Arnold Burks, James Pat- 
terson. Row 3: Tom Nolan, Arthur Cobb, Bob Jones, Charles Jordan, Dave Speckman, 
Edward Matthews, Bruce Jordon, Bill Harris. Row 4: Coach Carl Cox 



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By George, Three in a Row 



For the third time in as many 
years George Theofanis has climbed 
the ladder to cut down the nets after 
the title game at the Coliseum Sec- 
tional. Coach Theofanis and the 
team worked the "pizza press" to 
perfection, to win not only the Sec- 
tional but also the Lafayette Holiday 
Tournament and a second place be- 
hind No. 1 ranked Washington in the 
City Tournament. The Shortridge 
team ranked No. 7 in the final state 
press ratings. 

Under Coach Theofanis, the 
Satans equaled the best regular sea- 
son record of the school. The record 
was 19-3 in regular season play and 
22-4 overall. 

The Blue Devils well balanced 
squad, often all in double figures, 
scored 1800 points in regular season 
play. On the average the hardwood 
squad scored 15 points more than 
their opponents. Three of the Short- 
ridge loses were to 1969 state 
Champs Washington. 



Tired, but happy, victorious Blue Devils posed with their Sectional trophy. 




1969 VARSITY 


BASKETBALL 


SCORES 




Opponent 


Opp. 


SHS 


Anderson 


70 


74 


Washington 


82 


77 


Ben Davis 


69 


86 


Richmond 


74 


75 


Wood 


51 


99 


Pike 


52 


79 


Brebeuf 


49 


90 


LAFAYETTE 


TOURNEY 




Richmond 


62 


71 


Lafayette 


56 


81 


Cathedral 


72 


73 


Scecina 


58 


88 


CITY TOURNEY 




Chatard 


61 


79 


Marshall 


63 


93 


Attucks 


57 


90 


Washington 


90 


68 


Arlington 


58 


95 


Tech 


53 


75 


Attucks 


88 


67 


Terre Haute Wiley 77 


103 


Manual 


62 


79 


Broad Ripple 


83 


101 ! 


Connersville 


67 


71 


SECTIONAL 




Lawrence Central 41 


83 


Chatard 


74 


77 


Howe 


70 


72 


REGIONAL 




Washington 


46 


38 



George Tandy fires another two points through Chatard's interference in Sectional play. 




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Coach Theofanis and Assistant Coach Cox bend over injured hardwood star, Greg Allen, 
who had to be taken to the hospital after the game. 



Clarence Crain goes up for another two 
point layup on a fast break. 



The Satans Deviled Their Opponents 




Up, up and away goes forward George Tandy for another "Ridge" mark-up. 



Carl Lile emerges from a pack of Pike 
players to add two more Shortridge 
markers. 



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Flashing Shortridge guard, Greg Allen, eluded several Arlington players and moved the 
ball down court. 





Carl Lile lead a blistering pace as he sets up a play that eventually netted two more 
points. 



Arlington looked on in amazement as Jerry 
Willis leaped to score another basket. 



"Double teamed", but still shooting, Greg 
Allen stopped on the proverbial dime as 
George Tandy and Gerald Willis worked 
for a better position under the basket. 




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1968-69 


VARSITY 




WRESTLING SCORES 




Opponent 


Opp. 


SHS 


Arlington 


40 


6 


Attucks 


16 


27 


Secina 


30 


15 


Washington 


31 


19 


Wood 


3 


45 


Tech 


35 


17 


Howe 


17 


21 


Cathedral 


31 


19 


North Central 


38 


8 


Manual 


21 


19 


Warren Central Invitational 


4th 


City 




10th 


Sectional 




7th 



VARSITY WRESTLING— Row. 1: Keith 
Rand, Jack Mills, Michal Bluiett, Anthony 
Spradley, Jim Gross, Row 2: Fred Powell, 
Greg White, Desmond Smith, Arthur War- 
ner, Virgil Gavia, Freeman Simmons, Row 
3: Coach Vince Birdin, Coach James Hill, 
Coach Louis Hurrle. 



Young Grapplers Built Future Team 



With only two seniors on the 
varsity team, the Shortridge wres- 
tlers did much better than their 3-7 
record indicated. 

Several individuals distinguished 
themselves in competition. Desmond 
Smith defended his 165 lb. City 
Championship, as well as receiving 
a second place in the sectionals. 
Freeman Simmons and Fred Powell 
both received third place ribbons in 
sectional competition. 

Coach Vince Birdin used several 
underclassmen on the team includ- 
ing one freshman. This experienced 
team will be invaluable to future 
Shortridge grapplers. 

The varsity worked out their new 
holds on the reserve team mem- 
bers. These future varsity members 
ended the season with a 2-8 record. 

Learning the basics to supply fu- 
ture teams, the freshmen finished 
with a 3-3-1 record. Several frosh 
wrestled on the Reserve and Varsity 
teams. Coach Birdin was assisted by 
Reserve Coach James Hill and 
Freshman Coach Louis Hurrle. James 
Hill is a past State Wrestling Champ 
from Shortridge. 




RESERVE AND FRESHMAN WRESTLING TEAMS: Row 1: Mike Weigard, Garnell Love, 
Frank Jacobs, Mike Carlson, Jim Wolpert, Row 2: Mark Eble, Danny Holand, Monroe 
Whitney, Cornelius Chandler, Dennis Taylor, Row 3: Coach Louis Hurrle, Greg Jones, Mike 
Tevebaugh, Mike Elam, Jim Gross, George Wright, Don Fasig, Row 4: Coach Louis Hurrle, 
Coach Vince Birdin, Coach James Hill. 



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Referee Jim Phillips watches the shoulders of Jack Mills op- 
ponent from Howe to see if the 127 lb. Satan will again be 
victorious. 



Injured but still fighting, Jim Wolpert gets ready to down his 
Tech opponent. 



Matman Anthony Spradley pins his op- 
ponent for another win in the 112 lb. 
class for the Satans. 




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The 1968 Varsity Track team under 
the guidance of Mr. Robert Wood 
worked their way to a 4-1-1 dual 
meet record for the season. The boys 
also participated in several 3-way 
meets and the North Central Relays. 
Shortridge was first in the meet with 
Brebeuf and Marshall. 

In the City Meet, Shortridge Track 
men took fourth place. In the city 
mile relay, the team composed of 
James English, Ed Matthews, Carl- 
ton Golder and Milton Dailey finished 
second. In the 440 yard dash Milton 
Dailey took third while Keith John- 
son was fifth in the 100 yard dash. 
Desmond Smith, Morris Woolridge, 
James Lewis and Wayne Curley made 
up the 880 yard relay team. They 
received fifth. Third place was taken 
by Joe Meals in both the high and 
low hurdles. 

Shortridge was seventh in the sec- 
tionals. Joe Meals, Milton Dailey, 
James English and Carlton Golder all 
qualified for the regionals. In the 
regionals Milton Dailey and James 
English "made" the State Meet. 



In a blur of speed, Niven Drybrough is in hot pursuit of an opposing runner during an 
exciting meet. 



RESERVE TRACK TEAM — Row 1: Lowell Bridgewater, Steve Skill- 
man, Thomas Washington, Mark Justice, Greg Smith, Glenn 
Clarkson. Row 2: Jim Wolpert, Robert Jones, Ron Speckman, 



Daniel Wilcox, Kerry Brunt, Niven Dryborough, Roderick Leigh, 
Joe Johnson. 





1968 VARSITY TRACK TEAM— Row 2: Mike Vaugn, Sterling Powell, 
Morris Woolridge, Wayne Curley, Carlton Golder, Robert Turner, 
Larry Dodson; Row 2: Randolph Jones, Dwight Spain, Ed Mat- 



thews, Desmond Smith, James Lewis, David Norwood, Ed Ross, 
Mike Sherrell, Kenny Randle; Row 3: Jerome Moore, Bill Cole- 
man, Fred Powell, Allen Smith, John Rauch. 




Trackster Greg Smith edges teammate 
Robert Turner in a race to the tape. 



1968 VARSITY TRACK SCORES 


Opponent 
Cathedral 


Opp. SHS 
39 79 


Attucks 


64 65 


Broad Ripple 
North Central 


64 54 
32 38 


Warren Central 


51 51 


Franklin Central 3-way 2nd place 
North Central Relays 7th place 
Northwest 45 63 


Marshall 3-way 
City Meet 
Sectional 


1st place 
4th place 
7th place 


RESERVE TRACK 


1 win 9 losses 


FRESHMAN TRACK 


9 wins 2 losses 



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VARSITY BASEBALL — Row 1: Gerald Murray, Carl Lile, Greg Harding, Alexander Clark, Tim Huxhold, James Wells, William 

Allen, John Gordon, Myron Vaughn. Row 2: Coach Thomas Harris, Eugene Murray. 

'68 Diamondmen Qtress Teamwork 



The Shortridge Baseball team, 
under the direction of Mr. Thomas 
Harding and Mr. George Theofanis, 
practiced long hours for the 1968 
season. The boys encountered many 
tough opponents during the year, but 
still they tried to do their best. Al- 
though they didn't have a winning 
season, several players were out- 
standing. These boys knew they tried 
their best and next time they'll try a 
little harder. 

Several of the ten members of the 
baseball team were seniors and 
therefore will not be returning for 
the 1969 season. However, the 
others now have the experience and 
the veteran ability to have a better 
season next time. 




Baseball Coach Thomas Harding counts 
bats and balls in preparation for another 
season. 




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Drum Major, Majorettes Led Band 



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Four high-stepping majorettes and 
a drum major led the band with 
half-time spirit. Lowell Bridgewater 
was selected as drum major for the 
year 1968-1969. With his whistle 
and baton he directed the band in 
their many marching procedures. 

The four majorettes keep spirit 
moving with their baton twirling and 
pom-pom activities. To qualify as a 
majorette the girl must be a sopho- 
more, be in the majorettes one year 
and have basic baton twirling knowl- 
edge and ability. The girls make up 
their own routines and take part in 
most of the band's activities. Also, 
the majorettes headed the pom-pom 
girls and took part in most of those 
activities. The majorettes include 
Liz Dahl, Phyllis Jewell, Carol King 
and Pat Ford. 



A majorette gives the "V" for victory sign as the Blue Devils head for another win. 




MAJORETTES — Kneeling: Pat Ford Standing: Liz Dahl, Phyllis Jewell, Carol King. 



DRUM MAJOR — Lowell Bridgewater 




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Shortridge was the unification of the administration, 
faculty and the student body. Each person had an im- 
portant part to play . . . and they played it well. 

Beginning as freshmen, students learned the roles they 
must play for success. They progressed through the 
various stages of academic achievement, sophomore and 
junior, until they were aware they were close to their final 
goal . . . that of seniors ready for graduation. And gradu- 
ate they did . . . moving into a future of college, employ- 
ment and marriage, and taking their place as solid citizens 
of a world community. 

It was difficult to leave behind those teachers who had 
guided them into the future . . . those friends who went 
their separate ways . . . those administrators whose coun- 
sel had done so much to develop their potential for 
success. 

Yes, they had learned that Shortridge was . . . and is 
today . . . People. 



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PRINCIPAL-Robert J. Shultz 




VICE-PRINCIPAL-Julian Coleman 



Qhortridge Administration Inspires 




ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL-R. Lloyd Green 



Solving many a difficult problem 
during the school year, Principal 
Robert J. Shultz kept Shortridge on 
an even keel while acting as public 
relations liaison with those outside 
the school. 

Assistant Principal R. Lloyd Green 
also found a full schedule of activi- 
ties, including the responsibility of 
pupil programs and teachers sched- 
ules, facing him during the year. 

Vice-Principal Arthur G. Shull 
managed the school's business af- 
fairs and was in charge of all club 
accounts and the distribution of all 
student activity tickets. 

Vice-Principal Julian Coleman 
entered a new post directing the 
schools physical operations. 

Guidance Director Lester Groth 
led those involved in the solving of 
student curricular problems, while 
Deans Rose Ella King and William H. 
Merrill coordinated the sloving of in- 
dividual student problems. 

The Shortridge Faculty spent 
many hours of preparation to pre- 
sent the knowledge explosion in an 
interesting way. 




VICE-PRINCIPAL-Arthur C. Shull 



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DEAN OF BOYS — Mr. William Merrill 



DEAN OF GIRLS — Miss Rose Ella King GUIDANCE DIRECTOR— Mr. Lester Groth 



Students, Teachers to Win Honors 





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SOCIAL WORKERS— Miss Rea Baker, Mrs. Jane Stout 



NURSE — Miss Lois A. Davis 



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Roy Aberson — B.PE., B.S., M.S.; Social Studies; 

Human Relations Sponsor. 

Hoover Baker — B.S., M.S.; Biology and Physical 

Science; Chess Club Sponsor. 

Jerome R. Baker — M/Sgt.; R.O.T.C; Rifle Team 

Coach; Drill Team Coach; Officer's Club Sponsor. 

Mrs. Miariam Bates — B.A.; English. 



Leonard Behling — B.S., M.S.; Music Theory; 
Band Director. 

James M. Belt — B.S.; Biology. 
Donald Benbow — B.S., M.S.; Physical Educa- 
tion; Guidance; Football Coach. 
Vinsron Birdin — B.A.; Physical Education; As- 
sistant Football Coach; Wrestling Coach. 



Robert L. Black — B.A., M.S.; Science Dept. 

Head. 

Mrs. Josephine Bliss — B.A., M.A.; Language; 

Guidance. 

Mrs. Gladys Brewer — A.B.; English. 

Miss Jane Brigham — B.S., M.S.; Head Librarian. 




Mr. C. Murphy White, linotype operator, checks 
"Echo" proofs with Bob Young, Wednesday Edi- 
tor of Shortridge's daily school publication. 



102 



Mrs. Rachel Bruhn — B.A.; English; Fiction Club 

Sponsor 

James Burch — B.A., M.A.; Social Studies 

Larry Burdick — B.S., M.A.; Social Studies; Honor 

Student Committee Chairman 

Mrs. Betty Cahn — B.S., M.S.; English; Remedial 

Reading 



Mrs. Rosemary Carpenter — B.S., M.S.; English; 

Campus Book Club, Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y 

Burnel E. Coulon — B.S., M.S.; Industrial Arts; 

Head, Dept. of Graphics Arts 

Carl Cox — B.S., M.S.; Industrial Arts; Reserve 

basketball and assistant varsity coach, assistant 

track coach, Lettermen's Club 

Mrs. Sarah Daniel — A.B., M.S.; English 



Mrs. Catherine DeRossette — B.A.; Home Eco- 
nomics 

Paul Dill — A.B., M.S.; Physical Education; Driver 
Education 

Mrs. Don's Elkins — B.A., M.A.; English; Coun- 
selor 

Miss Elizabeth Evans — A.B., M.A.; English; Col- 
lege advisor, National Honor Society Sponsor 



Ronald Freeland — B.S., M.S.; Mathematics; Ten- 
nis coach 

Ernest Frigo — B.S., M.S., Mathematics 
Miss Caryl Gaines— B.P.E., B.S., M.S.; Physical 
Education; Cheerleader Sponsor 
Mrs. Martha Gelb — B.S.; Science 



W/7//'am Gibson — B.S., M.S.; Mathematics; De- 
partment head 

Mrs. Virginia Graham — A.B.; Spanish; El Circul 
Espanol Sponsor 

Mrs. Carole Grinstead — Office Staff; Stenogra- 
pher 

Miss Jeannette Grubb — A.B., M.A.; Journalism; 
Director of Publications, Quill and Scroll 



Donald Hanlin — A.B., M.S.; Social Studies 
Thomas Harding — B.S., M.S.; Health; Coun- 
selor, Varsity Baseball coach 
Walter Haverkamp — B.S., M.S.E.; Physical Sci- 
ence 
Diamond Hays — B.S.; Industrial Arts 



Thomas Henderson — B.S., M.A.T.; Social Stud- 
ies; Student Council Sponsor, American Field 
service Club Sponsor 

Mrs. Esther Hillman — A.B., B.Ed., M.S.; English; 
Exploratory Teaching Progarm, Sponsor of Fu- 
ture Teachers of America 

Philip Hirsch — B.S., M.A.; English, Psychology, 
Speech, Dramatics; Senior Play, All School 
Play, Production Director of Junior Vaudeville, 
Thespians, Footlight Club Sponsor 
Mrs. Lucille Holaday — A.B., M.A.; English; 
Chairman Committee Commencement Speaker 




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Robert H. Houston — B.S., M.S.; English AN- 
NUAL Advisor; Photography Club Sponsor. 
Mrs. Elsie Howard — B.S., M.S.; History; His- 
tory Club Sponsor. 
Mrs. Kay Hurley — Office Staff 
Louis Hurrle — B.S., M.A.; Biology; Asst. Foot- 
ball Coach; Assist. Wrestling Coach. 



Mrs. Mary K. Hults — Office Staff 

Mrs. Marianne Inman — B.A., M.A.; English; 

Foreign Language. 

Mrs. Jean Jackson — B.A., M.A.; Social Studies. 

James Kantarze — B.M., M.M.; Music. 



Mrs. Genevieve Keehn — B.S.; Business Educa- 
tion. 

Mrs. Regina King — B.A.; Language. 
Mrs. Constance Kirby — B.A., M.A.; English; 
Language; High School Bowl. 
Mrs. Nancy Lucas — B.M.; Music. 



Mrs. Grace McGaughey — A.B., M.L.S.; Library. 
Mrs. Ernestine H. McCree — B.S.; Art. 
William McGrogan — Ph.B., M.A.; Physical Sci- 
ence; Biology. 
John Medjeski — B.M., M.M.; Music; Orchestra. 



Mrs. Margaret Miller — B.S.; 

John Morgan — B.S., M.S.; 

selor. 

William Morgan — B.S., M.S. 

Mrs. Marian Moses — B.S., 



Home Economics. 
Biology; 8-A Coun- 

Social Studies. 
M.S.;Mathematics. 



Mrs. Sandra Mumphery — Girls' Gym Accom- 
panist. 

Robert L. Nipper — A.B., M.Ed.; History; Ath- 
letic Director. 

Miss Ellen Ocker — B.S., M.A.; Mathematics; 
Math Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Hi-Pi Sponsor. 
Arthur P. Oliver — B.S., M.S.; Chemistry. 



Mrs. Dorothy Otto — A.B., M.A.; Social Studies; 
Guidance; Senior Sponsor; Indiana College Ad- 
viser; Scholarship Trust Fund Committee Chair- 
man. 

Mrs. Ruth Paller — B.S., M.S.; English; Speech; 
Great Books Clubs Sponsor. 
Thomas Payne — B.A., M.A.; Social Studies 
Head. 

Thomas Preble — B.S., M.A.; Music Head; Choral 
Groups; Musical Productions; Big Brother-Big 
Sister Program. 



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Andrew Ramsey — A.B. M.A.; Foreign Language. 

Mrs. Emma T. Randall — A.B., M.A.; Social 

Studies. 

Ford Ratcliff Jr. — B.S., M.S.; Industrial Arts; 

Printing. 

Miss Louise Rei'ter — A.B., M.A.; Language Head. 



Mrs. Lois Repass — B.A., M.A.; Foreign Lan- 
guage. 

Miss Ruth R. Richards— A.B. , M.A.; Ph.D.; Bio- 
logy. 

Mrs. Rachel Schumacher — A.B.; English. 
Mrs. Kay Shepard — Attendance Clerk. 



Mrs. Mary Shuttlesworth — B.S.; Home Eco- 
nomics. 

Mrs. Mary Siegel — B.S., M.S.; Business Edu- 
cation; Business Manager, Junior and Senior 
Class Financial Advisor. 
Mrs. Gladys Smith — Office Staff. 
Adalbert Sorensen — Russian. 



Jerome Steiner — B.S., M.S.; Guidance, Health; 
Golf Coach, Key Club Sponsor. 
Arthur Studebaker — B.S., M.S.; Science, Indus- 
trial Arts; Director of Productions. 
Mrs. Eva Thiesing — Office Staff. 
George Theofanis — B.S., M.S.; Guidance, Phy- 
sical Education; Varsity Basketball Coach, Asst. 
Varsity Baseball Coach. 



Charles Thomas — B.S., M.S.; Industrial Arts 
Department Head; Chess Club, Radio Club 
Sponsor. 

Orrin D. Thundere — B.A.E.; Art Department 
Head; Fine Arts Chairman. 

Joe Tofil — B.S., M.S.; Physical Education; Fresh- 
man Football Coach, Freshman Basketball 
Coach. 

Miss Marie Van Horn — B.S., M.S., M.A.; Chem- 
istry. 




Mrs. Miriam Bates helps Martha McAndrews 
with a difficult problem in grammar. 





Dante Ventresca — B.A., M.S.; Biology; Botany; 
Junior Class Sponsor. 

Miss Lucille Wahl — A.B.; M.S.; Mathematics; 
Math Club Sponsor. 

Mrs. Ruth Ann Webb — B.S., M.B.A.; Business 
Education. 

Miss Jean Wells — A.B., M.S.; English Depart- 
ment Head. 



Miss Pauline Willis — A.B., M.S.; Biology. 
Gary L. Wood — B.S., M.A.; Business Education; 
Job Placement Director. 
Richard Wood — B.S., M.S.; Biology. 
Thomas Woods — B.S., M.S.; Physical Educa- 
tion Head, Health and Safety. 



Ned H. Wright — B.S.; Science; Asst. Freshman 
Football Coach. 

Mrs. Clarice Young — B.S., M.S.; English, Busi- 
ness Education. 



Camera Shy Teachers — 
Thomas Bresnahan 
Mary-Glenn Hamilton 
James L. Hill 
Allen Sutherland 



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Mr. Thomas Bresnahan reads to his "Trig" 
class. 




Teachers Gave Qtudents an Insight 




Mr. Lester Groth makes comments from a 
German magazine to his German II class. 



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Mrs. Jean Jackson and Mr. Don Hanlin conferred on a point of history puzzling their 
classes. 




Organizing a Class for- the First Time, 




Kathy Jo Adams, Reginnia 
Adams, Rick Adams, Bren- 
da Allen, Delmar Allen, Gail 
Allen, Paula Allison, Pail- 
lette Allison, Rudolph Al- 
vies. 

Tyrone Amso, Ava Ander- 
son, Bernell Anderson, Ul- 
drs Augenbergs, Elaine 
Benford, Timothy Bajurin, 
Larry J. Baker, Sharon 
Baker, John Ballinger. 



Katncia Bariow, jonn tsa- 
tuello, Craig Beard, Dorin- 
da Bell, Sandra Bentley, 
Ronnie Berry, Karen Blake, 
Mark Bledsoe, Willie Blow. 



Ava Blue, Michael Bluiett, 
Ellen Boaz, R o v i n n i a 
Booth, Richard Borman, 
Walter Boyland, Eleanor 
Bradford, J i m Bradley, 
Cynthia Brandon. 

Madeline Brane, Barbara 
Bridwell, Bart Brown, Rosa- 
lind Brown, Jon Bruyn, 
Robert Bryan, Steve Bryan, 
Beverly Buckner, Harry 
Buckner. 

Annette Bullock, Madeleine 
Burns, Patricia Burris, Vera 
Burris, Arnold Burks, Mich- 
ael Busby, Hgh Caldwell, 
James Campbell, Albert 
Canady. 

Anne Carley, Mike Carlson, 
Gwen Carpenter, Alexander 
S. Carroll, Helen Carter, 
Phyllis Caudle, Steve Caz- 
zell, Elaine Chambers, 
Phyllis Chapman. 

Karen Clark, Deborah Col- 
bert, Betty Collins, Clar- 
ence Combs, David Cork, 
Paula Cosentino, Charles 
Cox, William Cox, Brenda 
Crawford. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: 
Marilyn O'Bannon (Publi- 
city Chair.), Angie Veegh 
(Sec), B a r t r a m Brown 
(Tres.), Anita DeFrantz 
(V. Pres.), Bill White 
(Pres.), Pattie Reed (V.V. 
Chair.), Dianne Saperstein 
(V.V. Program Ed.). 



Juniors Prepare for the Future 



Joyce Crawford, Terrence 
Crawford, Victoria Craw- 
ford, Clarence Curry, Marie 
Curtis, Larry Cushenberry, 
Elizabeth Dahl, Carrie Dar- 
den, Anthony Davis. 

Anita DeFrantz, Barbara 
Demas, Kathy Demas.Deb- 
orah Dickinson, Bishop 
Dotson, Mary Jo Dowling, 
Elaine D r a g e r , Eleecia 
Draughon, Teresa Drew. 

Niven Drybrough, Benja- 
min Duke, Bernadette Dut- 
ton, Charolett Dyer, 
Charles Earley, Lawrence 
Echols, Ada Edmonds, 
James Edmondson, 
Charles Edwards. 

Don Edwards, Sylvia Eis- 
man, Deborah Elam, Wil- 
liam Elam, Betty Elliot, 
Sharon Elliott, Janis Es- 
howsky, James R. Espiritu, 
Denise Fearman. 

Jan Fiscus, Robert Flem- 
monds, Sarah Ford, Eric 
Franklin, Ronald Franklin, 
Deborah Frazier, Sylvia 
Frazier, Valdis Freibergs, 
Mark Friedmeyer. 

Virgil Gavia, Deborah Gen- 
try, Stephanie Gilbert, Neil 
Glenn, Martin Goens, Mich- 
ael Goler, Gloria Goodrich, 
Greg Goodrich, Mike Good- 
win. 

Nancy Gordy, John Gorske, 
Ronald Grady, Wayne 
Grady, Bryan Graham, 01- 
lie Grant, Leon Graves, 
Wanda Greer, Denise Gris- 
som. 

Ted Grosbach, Mary Gude, 
Michael Gude, Jennifer 
Gwinn, John Haddox, John 
Halliburton, Frances Ham- 
ilton, Barbara H a m m e s, 
David Handy. 

Lynn Hansen, Bonnie Har- 
desty, John Hardesty, Gary 
Harding, Peggy Harger, Wil- 
liam Harris, William T. Har- 
ris, Paulette Hart, Michael 
Hayden. 

Jo Ann Henson, Grace Hes- 
helman, Bruce Hill, Gary 
Hill, Joyce Hill, Marcia Hill, 
Myra Hirsch, John Hobbs, 
Sarah Hochstedler. 



Donald Hodge, Joseph 
Hodgens, Dannie Holland, 
Keith Holland, Theresa 
Holt, Graig Hoog, Robert 
Hooten, Deborah Hopkins, 
Mike Home. 




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Class Rings, Vaudeville, and the Prom 




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Carol H o s k i n s , Shirley 
House, Jean Hubbard, 
Donald Hudson, Hilda Hud- 
son, Florence Hughes, Deb- 
ra Hughley, Shandelle Hull, 
Beverly Hurst. 

Doug Huse, Joe Ingraham, 
Brenda Jackson, Frank 
Jacobs, Kemy Jee, Myla 
Jelliffe, Sheila Jeter, Gerald 
Johnson, Fred R. Johnson. 



Joseph Johnson, Joyce 
Johnson, Lonnie Johnson, 
Sidney Johnson, Virgiania 
Johnson, Willi Mae John- 
son, Buffy Jones, John 
Jones. Millene Jones. 

Robert Kemper, Gary Ken- 
nedy, Joycelyn Kennedy, 
William Kennerly, Bernie 
King, Carol King, Francine 
King, Gwendolyn King, 
Becky Klepper. 

Pete Komisars, Sarah 
Kunz, Glenn Lacey, James 
Lacey, Duncan Laing, Er- 
nest Lambert, Melvin Lang- 
ford, Patricia Lasher, Matt 
Laubach. 

Steve Lawson, James Lew- 
is, Victoria Lewis, Carl Lite, 
Helen Lingeman, Donna 
Lockett, Lynch Deborah, 
Edward Madden, Vera Ma- 
hone. 

Barbara Malone, Charles 
Malone, Bonita Mann, Men- 
tha Marley, Kevin Marsh, 
Ralph Martin, Randall Mar- 
tin, Kevin Mason, Edward 
Matthews. 



MEMBERS OF TH E JU- 
NIOR POLICY COMMIT- 
TEE ARE (first row) Dante 
Ventresca, sponsor, Patsy 
Reed, W Chairman, Angie 
Veegh, Secretary, Anita De- 
Frantz, Vice President, Bill 
White President, Dianne 
Saperstein, Program Edi- 
tor, Marilyn O'Bannon, 
Publicity Chairman, Bart- 
ram Brown, Treasurer, 
(second row) Debbie Gen- 
try, Leigh Wildman, Sheila 
Shorts, Iris White, Vickie 
Lewis, Gloria Goodrich, 
Debbie Saperstein, Ellen 
Rush, Gwen Russel, Sarah 
Kunz, Myla Jelliffe, (third 
row) Sarah Hochstedler, 
Helen Lingeman, Mark 
Friedmeyer, Robert Rowe, 
Rick Borman, Jay Strick- 
land, Deborah Colbert, 
Rick Adams, (fourth row) 
John Batello, Daniel Wol- 
fred, Gus Spenos, Joe In- 
gram, Andy Carroll, Craig 
Hoog, Bill Kennerly, Wood- 
row Myers. 



Lead Long List of Junior* Activities 



William McAllister, Martha 
McAndrews, Linda Mc- 
Christian, Earl McClendon, 
Kim Mckenzie, Ruby Mc- 
Millan, Joans Means, Mar- 
garet Medaris, Martin Mil- 
ler. 

Pamela Miller, Pete Mills, 
Marianne Mitter, Denise 
Montgomery, Nathan Mon- 
toya, Danny Moore, Nancy 
Moore, Phillip Moran, Sha- 
ron Moreland. 

Theodore Morris, Terry 
Morton, Debra Mosley, An- 
na Mullen, Raven Murrell, 
Margaret Myers, Woodrow 
Myers, David Nemecek, 
Denise Newland. 

Charles Newsom, Theresa 
Nichols, Cecilia Nolcox, 
Sandra O'Banion, Judy 
O'Bannon, Marilyn O'Ban- 
non, William Offet, Roger 
Oliver, Lila Osili. 

Mark Ostling, John O'Sul- 
livan, Sherry Owaley, Ro- 
land Paicely, Rick Panyard, 
Curtis Parks, Bernard Pen- 
nington, Momir Pepic, Jac- 
queline Perkins. 

Jack Perkins, Gary Perry, 
James Person, Elander 
Phelps, Phyllis Poindexter, 
John Polk, John Polley, 
lips, Dorothy Pryor, Ken 
Pullings. 

Martin Putelis, Keith Rand, 
Lester Randolph, Robert 
Ratcliffe, Yvonne Rawls, 
Patsy Read, Katie Reese, 
James Richardson, Pearl 
Richardson. 

Randall Richerson, Lavon 
Riley, Morris Ringel, Randy 
Rivelli, Arietta Rhodes, Pat- 
rick Roberts, Karen Ross, 
David Roth, Robert Rowe. 



Ellen Rush, James E. 
Rushin, Quen Russell, Bar- 
ry Sanderson, Deborah 
Saperstein, Dianne Saper- 
stein, Thelma Sarver, Kathy 
Schricker, Carl Scott. 

Ernestine Scott, Scott Sel- 
manoff, Doyle Shanks, Su- 
sie Shantean, Chris Sharp, 
Agnes S h e 1 1 o n , Robert 
Shipp, Sheila Shorts, Mar- 
tha Simon. 

John S I a t o n , Michael 
Slaughter, James Sleeva, 
Desmond Smith, Qwen- 
dolyn Smith, James Smith, 
Joy Smith, Valerie Smith, 
Dwight Spain. 




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Deborah Spearman, Gus 
Spenos, Anthony Spradley, 
Herbert Spurrier, Alan 
Stall, C h a r I e n e Starks, 
Kathy Stelter, John Stev- 
en, Steffanie Stewart. 

Randolph Strand, Tiffany 
Straughn, Jay Strickland, 
Catherine Stimer, Ronald 
Stubbs, Betty Sullivan, 
Steve Summerlof, Bruce 
Tandy, Charlene Taylor. 

Joel H. Taylor, Jane Tem- 
ple, Beth Thomas, Gail 
Thomas, La Von Thomas, 
Normie Thompson, Susan 
Thompson, Esther Thorn- 
ton, William Todd. 

Charles Toombs, David 
Tourney, Willie Townsend, 
Jerry Tucker, Maxine Tur- 
ner, Raymond Turner, 
Sherry Twyman, Brenda 
Vance, George Vaughn. 

Sherlene Vaughn, A n g i e 
Veegh, Dirk Vermeeren, 
Debra Vinnegar, Wanda 
Wake, Thorn Waldo, Denise 
Walker, Joan Walker, Her- 
man Ward. 

Louise Webb, John Weber, 
Kathy Wharton, Iris White, 
Robert White, William 
White, Monroe Whitney, 
Daniel Wilcox, Leigh Wild- 
man. 

David Wiles, Andrea Wil- 
liams, Cassandra Williams, 
Gaston Williams, Ira Wil- 
liams, Janice L. Williams, 
Quensetta Williams, Wil- 
liam Wilson, Marsha Wine- 
glass. 

Daniel Wolfred, Morris 
Wooldridge, Wright Nancy, 
Harold Young, Gretchen 
Young, Robert Young, Erik 
Ziznovskis. 



David Adams, Patricia 
Adams, Matt Akard, Sara 
Allega, Johni Allen, Peter 
B. Armacost, Anita J. 
Athins, Reginald Atkins, 
Betty Averitt. 

Peggy Averitte, A u r e I i a 
Baker, Stephanie Banks, 
Jeffery Barbour, Carl H. 
Barnett, Kathy Barnett, 
Bryce Bate, Walter Beach, 
Claudia Belinski. 

Shirley Bellany, Neline Ber- 
ry, Ronaldleen B i g b e e , 
James Bishop, Joseph Bis- 
hop, Sue Blandina, Step- 
hanie Blanks, Paul Bon- 
ham, Reginald Boone. 



112 



Vocational Themes Puzzle Sophomores 



Cleve Bottoms, Lisa Brady, 
Carolyn Brewer, Cheryl 
Bridgeforth, Denise 
Brooks, Barbara Brown, 
Ted Brown, Exra Bufford, 
Michael Bunch. 

Pete Buschman, Susan 
Buschman, Damaris But- 
ler, Salome Butler, Lori 
Butsch, Elaine Buxton, Pat 
Byland, Bruce Campbell, 
Brenda Canedy. 

Elizabeth Carlson, Deborah 
Carpenter, Melvin Carra- 
way, Jackie Carter, Abbie 
Carthy, Phil Cartwright, 
Cornelius Chandler, Anna 
Chapman, Glen Clarkson. 

Arthur Cobb, T h e v b r a 
Cochran, Sherry Cole, Mar- 
ji Craft, Susan Crawford, 
Michael Curry, Rodney 
Curry, Mitchell Darden, 
Patricia Davis. 

Kenneth DeaKyne, Helen 
Demmings, Delmar Dicker- 
son, Todd Dietz, Shirley 
Dotson, L o r n a Douglas, 
Tanya Douglas, Sandra 
D o w I i n g , Margot Dry- 
brough. 

Angela Dunn, Mimi Dutton, 
Marilyn Eaton, Carolyn El- 
liot, Joyce Ellison, Marcia 
Erickson, Susan Ernst, Oli- 
ver Evans, John Ferguson. 



Annette Flanagan, Gregory 
Flynn, Paulette Ford, Su- 
zanne Fortier, James Foun- 
tain, Sherri Foxworthy, Pat- 
ricia Franklin, Diane Fraz- 
ier, Clarence Frazier. 

Tom Freebairn, Suzanne 
Freedland, James Froeh- 
lich, Nona Gaddie, Edmond 
Gaines, Deborah Garrett, 
Jeannette Gerzon, John 
Gladden, Reatha Glenn. 



Sophomores slaved over 
their float for the Fall Fes- 
tival. 




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Sophomores Study Insects and Plants 




Dennis Grady, Michael 
Granger, Carol Gregory, Pa- 
tricia Gregory, Stephen 
Griffin, Linda Gunn, Lesley 
Hall, Lloyd Hall, Marilyn 
Hamler. 

Mark Hammer, Levy Har- 
ris, Chris Hathaway, Nan- 
cy Hawke, Ernest Hawkins, 
Jonathan Hawkins, Rhena 
Hayes, Carol Henderson, 
Jerry Hill. 

Marcia Hilleke, Greg Hin- 
kle, Juanita Hogan, Janet 
Holcomb, Priscilla Hollis, 
Robert Holstein, Teresa 
Hoopingarner, V e r n e 1 1 
Hood, Joyce Houghton. 

John Howard, Janice 
Hoxie, John Hudelson, 
Richard Hudson, Derrick 
Humphrey, Herbert Hurt, 
Dub Inlow, Millie Jakovl- 
jevic, Judith Jessup. 

Claude Johnson, Daphne 
Johnson, Scott Johnson, 
Steve Johnson, Deborah 
Jones, Eric Jones, Jacque- 
line Jones, Luisa Jones, 
Mary Carmen Jones. 

Michael Jones, Robert 
Jones, Ruth Jones, Bruce 
Jordan, Angela Kelly, Kev- 
in Kelso, Camille Kennedy, 
Kevin Killebrew, Kerry 
Kirch. 



John K i r m i I 
Knight, James 



Kazuko 
Lambert, 



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Knignt, James Lambert, 
Martin Laubach, Lawrence 
Lauray, Linda Lee, David 
LeMaster, Emilee Lennis, 
Rebecca LeStourgeon. 

William Leveque, Claudette 
Lewis, Ruth Lewis, Matt 
Lieber, Paul Lingeman, 
James Lipkins, Richard 
Littrell, Linda Logsdon, 
Stephen Lord. 

Bobby L. Madden, Kenny 
Manson, Allen Marsh, Deb- 
orah Martin, Reginald Ma- 
son, Steve Mason, Terry 
Mathis, Daphne Mathews, 
Michael McCarty. 

Karen McClain, Remell Mc- 
Clendon, Bruce McCrae, 
Alan McCullough, Felix Mc- 
Daniel, Glenn McDonald, 
Marsha McDowell, Timm 
McDowell, Tom McGlue. 

Gale Mcintosh, Karen Mc- 
Kee, Mary McShane, Sue 
Michels, Janet Mikels, Carl 
Moeller, Beverly Moody, 
Karen Moore, Stephen 
Moore. 



114 



and Look Forward to Being Organized 



Terri Moore, Mike Morgan, 
Willa Moses, Bill Mowry, 
Gerald Murray, Barry Mur- 
rell, Mike Myers, Madelyn 
Neely, Denise Nicholas. 



David Niss, Thomas Nolan, 
Samuel Oates, Karen O'- 
Brien, Gary Ogden, Berna- 
dine Ohler, June Oldham, 
Roger Orton, William Pal- 
mer. 

Berena Pannell, Joel Park- 
er, Michael Passo, Alan 
Patterson, Pat Patterson, 
Debra P a u I i n , Norman 
Phelps, Carol Pike, Fred 
Poehlmann. 

Ronald Pollard, John Pos- 
ey, Willetta Posley, Juanita 
Pounds, Linda Quinney, 
Linda Ragland, Doug Rain- 
ey, Barbara Randall, Ber- 
nadette Randle. 

Thomas Ray, Max Reis- 
werg, Leonard Rhem, Patri- 
cia Rhodes, Susan Rice, 
Larry Risch, Charles Roach, 
Elizabeth Robb, Theresa 
Roberts. 

James Robinson, Susan 
Robinson, Claire Rogers, 
Nancy Rogers, Gricelda 
Ross, Maralena Roth, John 
Rowings, Brian Rucker, 
Ann Russell. 




Richard Hudson's intense 
concentration cannot be 
interrupted even by a cam- 
era while he tunes his 
cello. 




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As Sophs Forge! About Being Lost 




Janis Russell, Margie San- 
derson, Robert Sayles, Ste- 
ven Schmidt, Ingrid Sea- 
strom, George Shanklin, 
Jennifer Shanklin, Harriet 
Sharlow, Deborah Shaw. 

John Shaw, Yoko Shioawa, 
Arthur Shorter, Dan Shul- 
lenberger, William Sim- 
mons, Steve Skillman, Da- 
vid Slates, Aaron Smith, 
Conway Smith. 

Gregory Smith, Rebecca 
Smith, Scott Smith, Susan 
Solterman, Sharon Sparks, 
David Speckman, Joyce 
Spencer, Cheryl Spitzer, 
Robert Stallion. 

Deborah Stanfill, Ann Star- 
ret, Carl Steward, John 
Steward, Evelyn Stewart, 
Wayne Stewart, Gregory 
Strand, Tom Streeter, Fos- 
tina Summers. 

Janet Sumner, Richard 
Swan, Curtis Tandy, Mi- 
chael Taylor, Kris Teter, 
David Thomas, Cheryl 
Thompson, Gary Thomp- 
son, Gayle Thorn. 

Janis Tompkins, Liza Tur- 
ner, Michael Tutas, Cheryl 
Twyman, George Tyson, 
Elizabeth Ulen, Anita Wade, 
Everett Wade, James 
Wales. 

Cheryl Walker, Jana Walk- 
er, Sherry Walker, Dan 
Wallace, K a t h y Ware, 
Thomas Washington, Joyce 
Weddle, Deborah Wells, 
Gregory White. 

Larry White, Linette White, 
Rodney White, Cheri Wig- 
gins, Angela Williams, Bob- 
bie Williams, Dwight Wil- 
liams, Elizabeth Williams, 
Quensetta Williams. 

Stanford Williams, Steve 
Williams, Donovan Wil- 
liamson, Jeanette Wilson, 
Wayne Wimsatt, George 
Witt, Maurice Wolfred, Jim 
Wolpert. Lorraine Woodard. 



Forrest Wooley, Ellis Wool- 
ridge, Bruce Wright, Les- 
lie Yeager, Pamela Zickler. 



Tim Abts, Susie Allen, Zet- 
tie Allen, Christopher An- 
drews, Sharon Archie, Pen- 
ny Armistead, Diana Ar- 
nold, Malva Averitte, Kim- 
berly Baker. 



116 



Frosh Search the Blue Book for* Help 



Rose Ann Baker, David 
Barnett, Lula Barnett, Peg- 
gy Barnett, Deborah Bat- 
tle, Darlyn Baun, Pamela 
Bell, Geralynn Michele Bel- 
lamy, Sharon Bellamy. 

Victoria Benberry, Sally 
Benham, Victoria Benn, 
Stanley Bibbs, William 
Bills, Karen Bishop, Chris- 
topher Blake, Tanya Bled- 
soe, Virginia Booth. 

Warren Boyd, Archer Brad- 
ley, Kevin Bradley, Vernyee 
Brown, Mary Ann Bruce, 
Cathy Bryant, Carolyn Buis, 
Charisse Burch, Tony Burk- 
ett. 

Cassandra Burks, Wanda 
Burks, Beth Burris, Zoe 
Burris, Roslyne Busby, 
Walter Cain, Clinton Car- 
bon, Suzanne Castle, An- 
tonio Cazares. 

Carole M. Childs, Terry 
Christie, Toni Clark, Mi- 
chelle Clay, Tim Clif- 
ton, Judith Coleman, Eric 
Conn, Andy Cosentino, 
Gary Costley. 

Michal Covington, Keith 
Crain, Terry Cunningham, 
Yvonne Curtis, Beth Cush- 
ing, Patricia Dabney, Rob- 
ert Dawson, Fred Defi- 
baugh, James Demmings. 

Ervin Denkins, Janet Dick- 
erson, Debra Dodson, Lau- 
ra Dodson, David Duncan, 
Denise Duncan, Rosalind 
Dunham, Rene Dupee, 
Dale Dupree. 

Elizabeth Dutton, Vaniessa 
Ealy, Mark Eble, Mary Eib, 
Michael Elam, Jimmie Elli- 
son, Stephen Ellis, Marilyn 
Elston, Donald Fasig. 



Betsy F a t o u t , Barbara 
Fields, Gary Finkton, Ann 
Elizabeth Flannery, Debo- 
rah Flemmonds, Venita 
Flippin, Derrick Ford, Mary 
Foster, Denise Franklin. 

Michael French, Sandra 
Friedland, James Friedmey- 
er, Gabra Gachaw, Ran- 
dolph Germany, James Gib- 
son, Randy Gilliland, Rob- 
ert Gilpin, Karen Glickert. 

Linda Grady, Deborah 
Goode, Loutricia Graves, 
Graham Greene, Cheryl 
Gregory, James Gross, Ev- 
elyn Mackney, Robin Ham- 
mer, Carmalita Hansbor- 
ough. 




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Freshmen Enjoy the Daily Echo and 




Mike Harding, Carol Han- 
sen, Kenneth Harmon, Tom 
Harris, Bernnitta Hawkins, 
Christopher A. Hawkins, 
Karla Hawkins, Chester 
Hayes, Audrey Heard. 

Marsha Hearn, Jane Hen- 
derson, Howard Henry, 
Barbara Hill, Sharon Hill, 
Diana Hinesley, Christi 
Hinton, Mike Hirtzel, Aleta 
Hodge. 

Pamela Home, Bob Horth, 
Mark Horwitz, Lynn Hos- 
mer, Dwight Howard, Tina 
Howard, Cecilia Howel, 
Margaret Hudson, Caroline 
Hughes. 

Patricia Hummons, Vickie 
Hunter, Margaret Hurrle, 
Charles Huxhold, Steven 
Jackson, Lynette Jarrett, 
James Jelliffe, Sonja Jen- 
nings, John Jewett. 

Avis Johnson, Diana John- 
son, Donald Johnson, Don- 
na Johnson, Gloria John- 
son, James Johnson, Julie 
Johnson, Lynne Johnston, 
George Jones. 

Gregory Jones, Juan Jones, 
Michelle Jones, Yvonne 
Jones, Nalini Joshi, Mark 
Kelly, Robert Kelso, Doris 
Kendrick, Anthony Kenne- 
dy. 

Jacqueline Kennedy, Jan- 
ese Kennedy, Taryn Kenne- 
dy, Marion Keyes, Kathy 
Klebe, Tericko Knight, 
Kathy K o s o f , Shubrick 
Kothe, Pam Kuhn. 

Fritz Kunz, Paul Lacey, 
Gail Lake, Marsha Lane, 
Patricia Larkin, Johnnie 
Laster, Linda Lavin, Jeff 
Lawson, Kristor Lawson. 



Marilyn Ledford, George 
Lee, Sharon Levels, David 
Lewton, Kevin Lillard, Eliz- 
abeth Litel, Stephanie Li- 
vers, Garnell Love, Janice 
Lumpkin. 

Paul Mackell, Pamela Mac- 
key, Belinda MacPherson, 
Pheldon Majors, Barbara 
Malone, Eric Malone, Jen- 
nette Malone, Thomas 
Marks, Ezell Marrs. 

Carol Martin, Pam Martin, 
Carolyn Mason, Judy Mas- 
sey, Horst Massingale, Car- 
ol Maxey, Mary Mayham, 
Cathy McAndrews, Robert 
McClure. 



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8eeing Their- Own GtoHes in Print 



Shari McCray, Mark Mc- 
Donald, Thomas McDowell, 
Richard McHenry, Jack Mc- 
Kenzie, Brenda McLaurine, 
Chung Meng, Jeannie Mer- 
riweather, Sharon Merri- 
weather. 

Robert Meyers, Robert Mi- 
chels, Gordon Miller, Linda 
Miller, Larry Mitcham, Greg 
Mitchell, Mary Montgom- 
ery, Mary Moore, James 
Morgan. 

Daryl Morris, Reid L. Mor- 
ris, Stephanie Mosley, Pa- 
trick Moss, Beth Mullen, 
Michael Murphy, Denise 
Murrell, Bill Musick, Cyn- 
thia Nance. 

Otis Nance, Mitchel Ney, 
Mary Nolan, Linda Norris, 
Re'Nita O'Bannon, Ken- 
neth Oliver, Cindy Orban, 
Cheryl Ovelton, Barbara 
Overton. 

Karla Owens, Iris Paicely, 
Garland Panned, Roger 
Panyard, DaLayne Park, 
Deborah Parker, Terri Park- 
er, Yvonne Patterson, Rich- 
ard Payne. 

Brenda Peacock, Sandy 
Peacock, Walter Peacock, 
Jacqueline Lee Perkins, 
Kymrian Petty, Richard 
Pinner, Valaida Pompey, 
Ronald Powell, Kevin Pow- 
ers. 

Richard Prim, Cheryl Pry- 
or, Sherryl Pucket, Ro- 
chelle Quarles, Alice Quick, 
Alan Quinney, Brian Rad- 
cliffe, Gregory Rand, John 
Randolph. 



Mr. Behling and student 
teacher, Randall Ware, 
coach Archer Bradley with 
his tuba playing. 




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Big Halls and New Classes Proved a 




Derrick Ransom, John Rat- 
terree, Betty-Jo Rawls, 
Joesph Ray, Teresa 
Rhodes, Irene Richardson, 
Michael Richmond, Sharon 
Riley, Kevin Rivelli. 

Edward Robinson, Mildred 
Robinson, Alexis Rogerton, 
Alison R o o k e r , Steven 
Rose, Margaret Ross, 
Bruce Rowan, Richard 
Rowe, Elsie Sacks. 

Pamela S a I I e e , Debra 
Sams, Jetta Sanders, Ter- 
esa Sanford, Karla Saper- 
stein, Pamela Satterfield, 
Pat Satterfield, Lin- 
da Schneider, Julius Scott. 

Robert Scott, Cynthia 
Scruggs, David Seastrom, 
Alexander Seawood, Ross 
Selmonoff, Henry Shank- 
lin, Levert Sharpe, Jacque- 
line Simmons, Anita Single- 
ton. 

Marlene S i s k i n d , Dave 
Skole, Jerry Smarte, April 
Smith, Daniel Smith, Diana 
Smith, Eugene Smith, Gary 
Smith, Jacqueline Smith. 



Jeremy Smith, Kathryn 
Smith, Robert Smith, Shar- 
on Smith, Jane Sonday, 
Rene Spells, Gerald Spic- 
klemire, Gwendolyn Sprad- 
ley, Patty Stahl. 

Cynthia Stanley, Judith 
Starks, Sharon Steaven, 
David Stelter, Phil Stern, 
Theresa Stern, Cynthia 
Stiles, Paul Stimer, Gary 
Stokes. 









Ail 




Lois S t r a 1 1 o n , Kathy 
Straughn, Kay Strong, 
Sheila Stubbs, Freddie Sul- 
livan, Alvin Tandy, Dennis 
Taylor, M i c h e I e Teague, 
David Tevebaugh. 

Portia Tharpe, Gwendolyn 
Thomas, V i c k i Thomas, 
Ronald Thornton, Ethel 
Tines, Doreen Tope, Rich- 
ard Tourney, Stephen Tou- 
rney, Jacqueline Tuck. 

Nyla Turner, Peggy Turn- 
ley, Dorine Twyman, Jeff 
Tyler, Jonathan Usher, 
Mark Van Benten, Mary 
Van Dyke, Brian Ventresca, 
Enoch Vinnegar. 

James Wade, Sharon Wag- 
ner, Edwin Walker, Terry 
Walsh, Jane Warders, Paula 
Warner, Valerie Warner, 
Carolynn Waters, Sharon 
Watkins. 



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Problem for Freshmen Attending 8H9 







Lesia Weaver, Solomon 
Webb, Carolyn Webster, 
Amy Wells, Duane West, 
S h e r r i d a West, James 
White, Michael Wieghard, 
Stephen Wilburn. 

Patty Wild hack, Ronald Wil- 
kins, Geraldine Williams, 
Melba Williams, Robert Wil- 
liams, Sheila Williams, Dar- 
lene Willis, Terry Willis, An- 
gelis Wilson 

Charles Wilson, Marcia Wil- 
son, Mary Wilson, Riley Wil- 
son, Phyllis Witt, Mary Wol- 
fred, Joseph Woodruff, Carl 
Woods, Rebecca Wooster 



George Wright, Deborah 
Young, Merris Young, Mich- 
ael Young, Lois Ann Zim- 
merman 



The Class of '72 made a 
tombstone for the teams 
"killed" by Shortridge for 
their Fall Festival Float. 







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. . . Meeting to plan future senior activities were senior class 
officers, elected at the beginning of the year. 



. . . Presiding at Key Club meetings occupied the time of many 
Shortridge senior men. 



Seniors Could be Found Everywhere 



Seniors could be found . . . 
. . . intently watching watches and 
pendulums in physics. 
. . . cheering their teams to another 
triumph. 

. . . falling into garbage cans. 
. . . campaigning for class office. 
. . . peering into microscopes at 
fruit flies. 

. . . drawing in the Roda Selleck Art 
Gallery. 

. . . assisting Juniors with their 
Vaudeville. 
. . . reading Peanuts. 
. . . editing the Echo. 
. . . creating the Annual. 
. . . taking College Boards. 
. . . waiting for the "letter of joy" — 
their college admission. 
. . . playing touch football. 
. . . breathing a sigh of relief that 
they finally made it through. 




. . . Running experiments, which occurred during a Physics class, and measured time 
in its flight. 



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. . . "Practicing" for the senior play, 
"A Pennant for the Kremlin" took lots 
of concentration on the part of the 
players. 



. . . Helping Santa distribute Senior Christmas presents at the Senior Christmas Party 
made many participants chuckle. 



Doing 'Most Anything at Any Time 



. . . Meditating over a difficult assignment in an engrossing class 
dealing with the United States government. 






. . . Choosing a cover for the Christmas Echo presented problems 
and required decisions for the seniors on the committee. 



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Class of 69 Selected Junior Queen 







Runner-up — Ruth McNairy 




Sara Branson 





Queen — Rae Young 



"Reflection Of" was selected by 
the Junior Prom committee as the 
theme of the spring formal. A re- 
flection pool in the center of the 
room carried through the theme. 
Decorations were also made of ma- 
terial that would reflect the multi- 
colored lights placed around the In- 
diana Roof, where the dance was 
held. A soul sound was supplied by 
David Harriman and the Chromatics 
Band. Prom Chairmen were John 
Butsch and Dietra Moore. 

Junior Prom Queen was Rae 
Young. Ruth McNairy and Patzetta 
Jackson were runner-up and third, 
respectively. 



Patty Caldwell 






3rd Place — Patzetta Jackson 




Barbara Burns 





■ft i^Ks; 



Wanda Cole 



Elaine Hart 



llze Kurins 



Barbara Smith 




Mary Steichen 



Janet Teter 



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You might have gotten quite dramatic in teaching a course. 



. . You might have picked up your mail early in the A.M. 



Mr. Philip Hirsch Was "Speechless" 



The Class of 1969 dedicated this 
year's ANNUAL to Mr. Philip Hirsch. 
Mr. Hirsch, through his continued 
support of the Class of 1969, helped 
make both the Junior Vaudeville, 
Vaudeville a /a Mod, and the Senior 
class play, A Pennant for the Krem- 
lin, overwhelming successes. 

Mr. Hirsch was brought to the 
auditorium to receive the award by 
Shortridge Principal Robert J. 
Shultz under the ruse of inspecting 
the stages lighting facilities. In ac- 
cepting the honor, Mr. Hirsch, a 
speech teacher, commented, "For 
once I'm speechless." 

Mr. Hirsch had been a member 
of the Shortridge faculty for eleven 
years. In addition to his duties as 
a teacher in the English and Social 
Studies Departments, he was Short- 
ridge's general production manager 
and sponsor of the Thespian and 
Footlights Clubs. 



If you were Mr. Philip Hirsch, this is how 
you might have spent a typical day . . . 




. . . You might have had time to grab a 
cup of coffee at lunch. 





. . . You might have directed one of the 
many Shortridge theatrical productions 
late into the evening hours or . . . 

. . . You might have become quite ex- 
hausted at the end of a day's labor. 



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SENIOR COUNCIL — Row 1: Sandy James, John Eble, Fred Powell, 
Denise Mullens, Ruth McNairy, Mrs. Dorothy Otto (Sponsor); 
Row 2: Cheryl Talley, Phyllis Jewell, Patricia Stokley, Patzetta 
Jackson, Denise Clark, Donna Pinkney, Judy Garrett, Rae Young, 



Carolyn Dorsey; Row 3: Janean Burton, Harriet White, Marsha 
Cox, Sheri Wilson, Breck Tyler, Denise Hackney, Sam Test, Theron 
Roe; Row 4: Philip Freeman, Jeff Armstrong, Greg Burch, Sturat 
Hawkins, John Butsch, Phil Slates, Bill Fatout, David Bradshaw. 



Seniors Chose Officers and Council 



SENIOR OFFICERS — Ruth McNairy, John Eble, Fred Powell, Denise Mullens, Sandy James. 




Vigorous campaigning preceded 
the autumn elections of senior of- 
ficers. Assisting Mrs. Otto, class 
sponsor, in conducting the elections 
were the Class of 1969's junior 
officers. 

Elected by classmates in the early 
fall, members of Senior Council, with 
the aid of the officers, planned and 
executed various class activities 
throughout the year. In the fall the 
thirty-four members of Council met 
regularly to get the year successfully 
underway. Their first act was the 
proposal of two amendments to the 
class Constitution which were 
brought before a class meeting and 
accepted. In addition, Council mem- 
bers acted in behalf of their class- 
mates in selecting Commencement 
announcements and the ANNUAL 
dedicatee, Mr. Philip Hirsch. 



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Class Day Officers Plan Festivities 




CLASS DAY OFFICERS — Sitting: Denise Clark (historian), Standing: Mike Dabney (will- 
maker), Susie Turnipseed (prophet), Jon Gordon (giftorian). 



In February of 1969 the Class 
Day Officers were elected. Planning 
Class Day was their responsibility. 
They put together a skit incorporat- 
ing their various duties. The will- 
maker was responsible for making 
the senior class will, in which stu- 
dent "trademarks" would be passed 
on to the next class. The giftorian 
presented seniors with gifts, to re- 
mind them of their high-school days. 
Foreseeing the future of the senior 
class members was the job of the 
Prophet. The story of the four years 
of the Class of 1969 was told by 
the Historian. 

Helping out with class day, and all 
other class functions were the fi- 
nancial advisor, Mrs. Mary Siegel, 
Class Sponsor, Mrs. Dorothy Otto, 
and college counselor, Miss Eliza- 
beth Evans. All were invaluable in 
making sure that the senior year was 
a success. Mrs. Otto and Miss Evans 
worked on the many college applica- 
tions turned in by those seniors 
planning to attend college. Mrs. 
Siegel handled all of the many fi- 
nancial functions of the senior class. 



FINANCIAL ADVISOR— Mrs. Mary Siegel 



SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS — Mrs. Dorothy Otto, Miss Elizabeth 
Evans 





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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY — Row 2: Miss Evans (sponsor), Jeff 
Armstrong (pres.), Allen Carroll (v-pres.), Sheri Wilson (sec), 
Breck Tyler (treas.). Row 2: Janet Teter, Carolyn Dorsey, Carla 
Shanklin, Cheryl Haddox, Stephanie Hall, Gardenia Rush, Patzetta 
Jackson, Leila Redlich, Donna Pinckney, Leonard Clark, Wanda 
Martin, Wanda Wade, Rae Young, Harriett White, Ginny Johnson. 
Row 3: Marcia Cox, Joe Cunningham, Sandra Logan, Debra Stan- 
field, Sarah Bonner, Denise Clark, Patty Smith, Denise Mullens, 



Elaine Hart, Janis Barnes, Sandra James, Cathy Stout, David 
Dock, David Blatt. Row 4: Michael Sanford, Loretta Moore, Denise 
Lindsay, Carol Sharpe, John Butsch, Anne Lieber, Janean Burton, 
Patricia Wharton, Ruth McNairy, Catherine Fife, Barb Smith, Jeff 
McGuire, Sam Test. Row 5: Phyllis Jewell, John Rauch, Bronnie 
Hazelwood, Richard Edyvean, John Pellett, Cecilia Johnson, Jan- 
ice Hunter, Sara Branson, William Fatout, Theron Roe. 



Senior Scholars Announced for 1 969 



1. William R. Fatout 

2. Cheryl A. Haddox 

3. Elizabeth E. Unger 

4. Samuel T. Test 

5. Ragini T. Joshi 

6. Carla K. Shanklin 

7. John N. Eble 

8. Golda Lask 

9. Debra J. Stanfield 

10. Virginia B. Johnson 

11. John M. Pellett 

12. Barbara E. Smith 

13. David E. Blatt 

14. Elaine Hart 

15. Janet E. Teter 



7.906 


16. 


William B. Tyler 


7.871 


17. 


Gloria E. Rogers 


7.820 


18. 


David Bradshaw 


7.800 


19. 


Jeffery Armstrong 


7.650 


20. 


Scott E. McDonald 


7.611 


21. 


Daniel J. Carr 


7.540 


22. 


Barbara Burns 


7.514 


23. 


Carolyn D. Dorsey 


7.408 


24. 


Allen T. Carroll 


7.395 


25. 


John Butsch 


7.350 


26. 


Loretta Y. Moore 


7.272 


27. 


Cheryl D. Hackney 


7.220 


28. 


Susan J. Davis 


7.119 


29. 


Mona L. Ringel 


7.054 


29. 


Sheri L. Wilson 



7.050 
7.024 
7.000 
6.866 
6.861 
6.783 
6.759 
6.727 
6.725 
6.649 
6.637 
6.551 
6.533 
6.512 
6.512 



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Seniors Elected a Jamboree Queen 



MARK EDWARD AKARD — Exercise in Knowledge Asst.; 
German, Fr.-Soph. Great Books Clubs. 
GREGORY LESTER ALLEN — Varsity Baseball; Varsity 
Basketball; Lettermen's Club. 
MARION ALLEN 

CYNTHIA JANE ALLERDICE — Jr. Vaudeville Act Chair- 
man; Commencement Usher; ANNUAL Staff; English 
Asst.; Girls' League, Jr.-Sr. Great Books, True Blue Clubs; 
Big Sister; National Honor Society. 

SHARON ANDERSON — Bowling; Commencement Usher; 
ECHO Staff; Tri-Hi-Y Club. 

JAMES H. ANDREWS — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Band 
(First Lt.); Orchestra; Varsity Baseball; Freshman Bas- 
ketball; Varsity Bowling; Reserve Cross Country; Frolic 
Musical; ANNUAL Agent; Band Asst.; Student Council. 
REBECCA ANN ANDREWS— Choral Club; Concert Choir; 
Counselor English Asst.; Student Council (alt.), Foot- 
lights, Naturalist Clubs; Big Sister. 

DEBRA DIANNE ARCHEY — Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts 
Agents; Art Assistant; FBLA, Tri-Hi-Y Clubs; Typing 
Award. 

DAISY MAE ARCHIE — Commencement Usher; Echo Staff; 
Spanish, Y-Teens Club; Big Sister; Sam Houston High, 
Huntsville, Texas. 

JEFFERY LEE ARMSTRONG— Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; 
ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; Student Council, FBLA, Hi-Pi, Spanish Clubs; 
Big Brother; Typing Award; National Honor Society 
(pres.). 

BETTY JO ARNOLD — Choral Club; Concert Choir; Bowl- 
ing; Christmas Play; ANNUAL, Fine Arts Agent; Campus 
Footlights, FBLA Clubs. 

SANDRA KAY ARRINGTON— Jr. Vaudeville; Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Spanish Club. 

MARK A. BACON — Bowling; Reserve Wrestling; Indus- 
trial Arts Asst.; Red Cross Club. 

DEBORAH ANN BAILEY— A Cappella; Concert Choir; 
Christmas ECHO Agent; Student Council, Human Rela- 
tions Clubs. 

HOWARD BAILEY— Jr. Vaudeville; Freshman Basketball. 
JOEANN CHARLOTTE BAKER—Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Orchestra; All-School Play; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Library Asst.; Cam- 
pus Book, Human Relations, Red Cross, Y-Teens Clubs. 

DENISE BALLINGER — Echo, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 
Spanish, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs. 

JANIS CARYL BARNES— Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville Act 
Chairman; Commencement Usher; Homecoming Princess 
Candidate; Military Ball Queen Candidate; ECHO Staff; 
Fine Arts Agent; Gym Asst.; Student Council; AFS, Folk 
Singing, History, Human Relations, Naturalist, True Blue 
Clubs; Big Sister; Typing Award; National Honor Society. 
DONNA KAY BARNETT — Frolic Fashion Show; Com- 
mencement Usher; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Gym, 
English Asst.; Big Sister. 

NANCY LEE BARRETT — Jr. Prom Committee Chairman; 
Jr. Vaudeville; ANNUAL Underclassmen Editor; ECHO 
Staff; ECHO, Red Cross Agents; Gym, English Asst.; Stu- 
dent Council, Girls' League Booster, Red Cross Clubs; 
Greencastle High School, Greencastle, Ind. 

WILLIAM REX BEACH, JR. 

PATRICIA BELLAMY— Jr. Vaudeville; Shristmas ECHO, 
Echo, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Attendance Asst.; 
Student Council, Girls' League, Booster, Campus Book, 
Footlights, Fr.-Soph. Great Books, Human Relations, Red 
Cross, SEPAC, Y-Teens, Latin Clubs; Big Sister. 
LARRY ANTHONY BENBERRY— Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh- 
man Basketball; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Football; 
Freshman, Reserve Track; Red Cross Agent; Student 
Council, Lettermen's Clubs. 

ANNA MARIE BENNETT— Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; 
Concert Choir; Commencement Usher; Homecoming 
Princess; ANNUAL, ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; Attendance 
Asst.; AFS, Footlights, FBLA, FTA, Human Relations, Red 
Cross, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister. 




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Elections Were Held in the Fall for 




DOROTHY JEAN BIES— Red Cross Agent; Attendance 
Asst.; Red Cross Club; Rockford West High School, 
Rockford, Illinois. 

MAXINE BIGSBEE — Fine Arts Agent; Student Council, 
Tri-Hi-Y Clubs. 

DONALD LEE BIRDSONG— Freshman Basketball; Fresh- 
man, Reserve, Varsity Football; Varsity Wrestling; Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agents; Gym Asst.; R.O.T.C; Student 
Council, FBLA, Lettermen's Clubs. 

STEPHANIE A. BLACK— ECHO, Red Cross Agents; Stu- 
dent Council, Campus Book, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister. 

DEBRA MARIE BLAKE — Commencement Usher; Fall Fes- 
tival Queen; ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Coun- 
selor Asst.; Booster, Campus, Footlights, True Blue Clubs. 
DAVID EBNER BLATT— Sr. Council; Jr. Class Pres.; 
Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Commencement Usher; ECHO 
Staff; Biology Asst.; Student Council, AFS, Exercise in 
Knowledge (student mgr.), Fr.-Soph. Great Books, His- 
tory, Human Relations, Key Club, Naturalist Clubs; Big 
Brother; Honor Student Program; National Merit Semi- 
Finalist; National Honor Society. 
CARMEN BOARD 

SARAH M. BONNER— Jr. Vaudeville; Band (sec.-treas.); 
Orchestra; Fiction Club-Thespian Play; ECHO Staff; Fine 
Arts Agent; Music Asst.; Student Council, Girls' League, 
International Exchange, History, Human Relations, Na- 
turalist Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Program; Bio- 
logy Award; National Honor Society. 

BETTY JEAN BOOTH 

LECHERYL BOTTOMS 

REUBEN LESLIE BOYD 

SUSAN LEE BRADAKIS — Jr. Vaudeville; Commencement 

Usher; Christmas ECHO Cover; Red Cross Agent; Gym 

Asst.; Student Council, True Blue Clubs; St. Joseph High 

School, South Bend. 

CARL VON BRADLEY— Sr. Council; Red Cross Agent; 
Student Council; Swissvale High School, Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania. 

DAVID H. BRADSHAW—Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; A Cappella; Madrigal; Band; Orchestra; Tennis; 
Frolic Musical; ANNUAL Staff; ECHO Staff; Student Coun- 
cil, Fr.-Soph. Great Books, Hi-Pi, History, Human Rela- 
tions; Key Club (pres.), Naturalists Clubs; Big Brother; 
Honor Student Program; Biology Award; National Honor 
Society. 

SARA JANE BRANSON— Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Con- 
cert Choir; Girls' Ensemble; Frolic Musical; Commence- 
ment Usher; Prom Queen Candidate; ANNUAL, ECHO, 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Student Council, Girls' 
League, AFS, Booster, Folk, Human Relations, Key Club 
(Sponsor), Naturalist Clubs; Big Sister; National Honor 
Society. 
OTTO BREEDING 

LOWELL K. BRIDGEWATER— Band; Orchestra; Drum Ma- 
jor; Bowling; Freshman, Reserve Track; Reserve, Varsity 
Wrestling; ANNUAL, ECHO Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 
Band Asst.; Campus Book Club. 

CASANDRA BROOKS — Freshman Cheerleader; Com- 
mencement Usher; Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, 
Red Cross Agents; Counselor, Gym, Library, Attendance 
Office Assts.; Student Council, Booster, Campus Book, 
Library, Tri-Hi-Y (pres.) Clubs; Big Sister. 
DIANA BROWN 

EDWARD BROWN — Varsity Baseball; Reserve Basketball; 
Freshman Football; Reserve Track; Reserve Wrestling; 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Gym Asst.; Student Coun- 
cil, Campus Book Clubs; Big Brother. 

JEANNIE BROWN — Fine Arts Agent; Student Council, 
FBLA, Human Relations, Physical Science Clubs. 
KENNETH B. BROWN 

PEGGY AMELIA BROWN — Fine Arts Agent; Tri-Hi-Y Club. 
RUTH ANN BROWN — ANNUAL, Fine Arts Agents. 



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the '69 Officers and Senior Council 



ELLEN BRYANT 

LADONNA BULLOCK — Jr. Vaudeville; ECHO Staff; Fr.- 
Soph. Great Books, Spanish, Y-Teens Club. 
GREGORY STEPHEN BURCH — Sr. Council; Varsity Base- 
ball (mgr.); R.O.T.C; Student Council, FBLA, FTA, Letter- 
man's Clubs. 
SYLVIA BURKE 

BARBARA CLAIRE BURNS — Jr. Vaudeville Act Chair- 
mas, Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Concert Choir; Girls En- 
semble; Frolic Musical; Commencement Usher; Prom 
Queen Candidate; ECHO Agent; Gym Asst.; Student Coun- 
cil, Girls' League, Booster, Footlights, Fr.-Soph. Great 
Books, Human Relations, Naturalists Clubs; Big Sister; 
Typing Award; National Honor Society. 
MARCIA JEAN BURRIS — Commencement Usher; ECHO 
Staff; ANNUAL; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Booster 
FBLA, Hi-Pi, Spanish Clubs. 

AMANDA MAREE BURTON — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; 
Concert Choir; Commencement Usher; ECHO Staff, AN- 
NUAL Agent; Music Dept., Nurse's Asst.; Folk Singing, 
Spanish Clubs; Big Sister. 

JANEAN MARIE BURTON — Sr. Council; Sr. Play; Junior 
Class Sec; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; ANNUAL Senior Pic- 
ture Editor; Christmas ECHO Asst. Editor; A Cappella; 
Choral Club; All-School Play; Commencement Usher; 
ANNUAL Staff, Christmas ECHO Staff; ECHO Staff; AN- 
NUAL, ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; Nurse's Asst.; Student 
Council, Chess, Fr.-Soph., Great Books, Quill & Scroll, 
SPQR Clubs; Big Sister; National Honor Society. 
JOHN AUSTIN BUTSCH — Sr. Council; Jr. Prom Chair- 
man; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella (pres.); Madrigal; Frolic 
Musical; All-School Play; ECHO Staff; ANNUAL, Fine Arts 
Agents; Student Council, Fiction, Footlights, Hi-Pi, Hu- 
man Relations (pres.), Key Club, Naturalist, Thespians 
(Historian) Clubs; Big Brother; Debate; National Honor 
Society. 

PATRICIA ANN CALDWELL — Commencement Usher; 
Homecoming Queen Candidate; Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; Student Council, Booster, FBLA, Red Cross, 
Y-Teens Clubs. 

DANIEL JOSEPH CARR — Chemistry Asst.; Student Coun- 
cil; Exercise in Knowledge (capt.); Fiction (pres.), His- 
tory (vice-pres.), Key Club, Spanish Clubs; Honor Stu- 
dent Program; Brown University Alumni Award; Biology 
Award; National Honor Society. 

STEVEN BRUCE CARR — Fr. Soph. Great Books, Human 
Relations Clubs. 

ALLEN TALBOTT CARROLL — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; 
A Cappella; ECHO Staff; ANNUAL Agent; Student Council 
AFS, History, Human Relations, Key Club (tres.), Natur- 
alist, Order of the Straightedge Clubs; Big Brother; Honor 
Student Program; Senate (vice-pres.); Debate (sec); Na- 
tional Honor Society (vice-pres.). 

LORRINE CARSON — Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Stu- 
dent Council, Girls' League, FBLA, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens 
Clubs. 

JUAN STEVEN CHARLESTON — Jr. Vaudeville; Band; 
Freshman, Reserve Basketball; Freshman Football; Big 
Brother. 
IRIS DENISE CHEATUM — Red Cross, Y-Teens Clubs. 

SHARON YVONNE CHENEY — Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Accents 

ANTHONY BOONE CHRISTIAN— Sr. Play; ANNUAL Pho- 
tographer; ECHO Asst. Photo Ed.; ECHO Staff; Fine Arts 
Agents; R.O.T.C. (officer); Chess, Officer's, SEPAC Clubs; 
Rifle Team; Kentucky Military Institute. 
SUZANNE CHRISTIAN 

DENISE ELIZABETH CLARK— Sr. Council; Sr. Play; Jr. 
Prom Committee Chairman; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; 
ANNUAL Art Editor; Vaudeville Program Editor; A Cap- 
pella; Commencement Usher; ANNUAL Staff; ECHO Staff; 
Library Asst.; Student Council, Girls' League, Booster, 
Fiction, Footlights, FTA (sec), Hi-Pi, Human Relations 
(vice-pres.), Le Cercle Francais, Naturalist, Quill and 
Scroll, Thespians Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; Biology Award; National Honor Society. 
LEONARD T. CLARK JR.— Jr. Vaudeville; Band; Varsity 
Cross Country; Varsity Wrestling; Fine Arts; Red Cross 
Agents; Gym Asst.; R.O.T.C; Student Council; Human 
Relations, Key Club, Lettermen's, Officer's Club; Rifle 
Team, R.O.T.C. Awards; National Honor Society. 
MARY JO CLARK — St. Agnes Academy, Indianapolis, Ind. 
SHARON YVETTA CLARK — Commencement Usher; ECHO; 
Fine Arts; Red Cross Agents; Counselor Asst.; Booster; 
FBLA; Red Cross; Y-Teens Club; Big Sister. 
ALICE LOUISE CLAY— Christmas ECHO Staff; ECHO 
Staff; FBLA; Red Cross; Tri-Hi-Y; Y-Teens Club. 




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mmmm 



At the Senior Christmas Party the 




JEANNE DEBORRAH CLAY— Jr. Vaudeville; Annua/, 
Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 
Student Council; Booster, Campus Books, FBLA, FTA, Hu- 
man Relations, Physical Science, Spanish, Tri-Hi-Y, Y- 
Teens Club. 

ELIZABETH CLEVELAND 

WANDA L. COLE — Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; Choral 
Club; Concert Choir; Reserve, Freshman Cheerleader; 
Commencement Usher; Homecoming Queen Candidate; 
Prom Queen Candidate; ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; Student Council, Girls' League, Booster, Folk 
Singing, History, Human Relations, Naturalists, True Blue 
Clubs; Big Sister. 
KAREN E. COLLINS 

TIMOTHY COTTON 

MARCIA DIANE COX— Sr. Council, Jr. Vaudeville; A Cap- 
pella; Choral Club; Concert Choir; Fine Arts Agent; Social 
Service Asst.; Student Council, Booster, Campus Book, 
Human Relations Clubs; Big Sister. 

CLARENCE CRAIN — Freshman Baseball; Freshman, Re- 
serve, Varsity Basketball; Reserve Track; ANNUAL, Christ- 
mas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Industrial 
Arts Asst.; Student Council, Lettermen's Club; Big Bro- 
ther; Honor Student Program. 
BETTY CROSBY — Bowling; Booster, Library Clubs. 



TON/ E. CROWE — A Cappella; Choral Club; Bowling; 

Commencement Usher; Big Sister; Typing Award. 

MICHAEL CUMMINS 

DELORES CUNNINGHAM— Art Asst. 

JOSEPH ROY CUNNINGHAM, JR. — ECHO Staff; Order of 

the Straightedge, Physical Science, Radio, Spanish Clubs; 

Honor Student Program. 



WAYNE LAMAR CURLEY— Band; Freshman, Reserve Bas- 
ketball; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Football (Co-Captain), 
Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Track; Reserve Wrestling; Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agents; Counselor, Gym Asst.; Stage 
Crew; Lettermen's Club. 

MICHAEL DABNEY—Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; ANNUAL 
Club Ed.; A Cappella; Music Men; Frolic Musical; All- 
School Play; ECHO Staff; R.O.T.O; Student Council, Cam- 
pus Book, Footlights, Human Relations, Thespian Clubs; 
Big Brother; Senate. 

VICKIE DAVIDSON — All-School Play; Commencement Us- 
her; ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Student Council; 
Big Sister. 
BETTIE DAVIS — Red Cross Agent; Hi-Y Club. 

HELEN LAVERNE DAVIS — Library, Business Office Asst.; 
Library, Red Cross Clubs; Botany Award. 
LYNN T. DAVIS— Stage Crew; Junior High Asst.; Tri-Hi-Y 
Club (pres.). 

PAULETTE DAVIS— Girls' Ensemble; Band; Gym Asst.; 
Y-Teens; Rushville High School, Rushville, Ind. 
SUSAN JANE DAVIS — Jr. Vaudeville; ANNUAL Sr. Liner 
Ed.; A Cappella; Choral Club; Madrigal; Frolic Musical 
(student dir.); Commencement Usher; ANNUAL Staff, 
ECHO Staff; Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; Girls' League, Fiction, Folk Singing, Footlights, 
FTA (sec), Jr.-Sr. Great Books (sec), Thespians Clubs; 
Big Sister; Honor Student Program; National Honor So- 
ciety. 

JANICE DEHONIESTO — Girls' League, Campus Book, Y- 
Teens Clubs. 

LINDA Y. DICKINSON— Sr. Play; Bowling; Booster; Foot- 
lights, FTA, Human Relations, Library, Latin, Spanish 
Clubs; LaSalle High School, South Bend, Ind. 
GARY ALAN DIETZ— Student Council, Chess, Order of the 
Straightedge, Physical Science, Radio Clubs. 
ROBERT E. DINN, JR. 



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MARK EDWARD DIXON— Freshman Football; Freshman 
Wrestling. 

DAVID JUNG DOCK — Basketball; Reserve, Varsity Foot- 
ball; Reserve Wrestling; Fine Arts Agent; Art Dept. Asst.; 
Key Club, Naturalist, Photography Clubs; Big Brother; 
Honor Student Program; National Honor Society. 
PATRICIA SUE DODD — Jr. Vaudeville; Booster, Campus 
Book, Spanish, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs. 
WILLIE LEE DODD 

LARRY S. DODSON — Varsity Cross Country; Reserve, Var- 
sity Track; Reserve, Varsity Wrestling, ANNUAL, Fine Arts 
Agents; Key Club, Lettermen's Club (Sec). 
CAROLYN DIANE DORSEY—Sr. Council; Sr. Play; All- 
School Play; Christmas Play (student dir.); ANNUAL, 
Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents, 
Nurse's Asst.; Stage Crew; Footlights (V-Pres.), Human 
Relations, Red Cross, Thespians (Pres.) Clubs; Honor 
Student Program; Typing Award; National Honor Society. 
GREGORY EDWARD DOUGLAS 

DONALD R. DURRETT — Jr. Vaudeville; Freshman Bas- 
ketball; Freshman Wrestling; Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, 
Red Cross Agents; Red Cross Club. 

JOHN NELSON EBLE — Sr. Class Treas.; Jr. Vaudeville; 
ECHO Staff; Student Council (sec), Exercise in Knowl- 
edge (capt.), Key Club, Naturalist Clubs; National Merit 
Semifinalist; I.U. Language study in France; National 
Honor Society. 

JANICE MARIE EDWARDS— Jr. Vaudeville; Orchestra; 
Campus Book, Footlights, FBLA, SEPAC, Spanish, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister. 

RICHARD WHITLEY EDYVEAN—Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; 
A Cappella; Madrigal; Frolic Musical; All-School Play; 
Christmas Play; Christmas ECHO Staff; ECHO Staff; AN- 
NUAL, Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; Counselor, Language Assts.; WIAN; Stage Crew; 
Chess (pres.), Footlights, German, Human Relations, 
Math, Quill and Scroll (Treas.), Radio, SEPAC, Thespians, 
Chemistry-Physics (Sec.) Clubs; Big Brother; Honor Stu- 
dent Program; National Honor Society. 
ROLF B. EHRENBERG— ECHO Staff; Student Council, 
AFS, History, Human Relations, Key Clubs; Honor Stu- 
dent Program, Exchange Student from Sweden. 
OPHELIA ENIX— Jr. Vaudeville; Girls' Ensemble; Frolic 
Musical; All-School Play; Christmas ECHO Staff; ECHO 
Staff; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Biology, Gym, Library, 
Math, Naturalists, Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Big Sister. 

PAUL EROUKHMANOFF— Bowling; Student Council, AFS, 
Chess, History, Key Club, Le Cercle Francais, Math, Nat- 
uralists Clubs; AFS Student from France. 
DORTHA LENE ESTES— Christmas Echo agent; Choral 
Club; Campus Book, FBLA Clubs. 

DAVID P. EVANS— ANNUAL Index Editor; A Cappella; 
Band; Pit Orchestra; Orchestra; ANNUAL Staff; ECHO 
Staff; Christmas ECHO Agent; Student Council; AFS, 
Footlights, FTA, Library, SPQR, Spanish Clubs; Wheaton 
High School Wheaton, Maryland. 
JAMES EVANS 

CAROLYN JEAN FARLEY— Fine Arts Agents; FBLA Club. 
WILLIAM RUUD FATOUT — Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; A Cappella; Madrigal; Freshman, Reserve, 
Varsity Tennis; Student Council, Exercise in Knowledge, 
Fiction, Fr.-Soph. Great Books, Hi-Pi (v-pres.), History 
(pres.), Key Club, Le Cercle Francais, Naturalist (treas.) 
Clubs; Big Brother; Honor Student Program; National 
Honor Society. 

CATHERINE FIFE — A Cappella; Counselor Asst.; National 
Honor Society. 

SANDRA LOUISE FINGER— Fr.-Soph. Great Books Club. 
JANICE MARIA FLETCHER— Sr. Council; Choral Club; 
Bowling; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; 
Student Council, Y-Teens Club. 

DARRELL B. FLIPPIN — Reserve Baseball; Freshman, Re- 
serve Football; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Track; Re- 
serve Wrestling; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agents; Red Cross Club. 
JOYCE ANN FLOWERS 




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DEBORAH L. FLOYD— Sr. Play; ANNUAL Underclassmen 
Editor; Christmas Play; ANNUAL Staff; ECHO Staff; ECHO 
Agent; Counselor, Library Assts.; Footlights, Spanish, 
Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Botany Award; Sen- 

PATRICIA LEE FORD—Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Band; 
Majorette; All-School Play; Christmas Play; ECHO Staff; 
Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 
Counselor Asst.; Booster, Campus Book, Chess, Foot- 
lights, Red Cross, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister. 
JOHN DOUGLAS FOSTER 
MARY CLEO FOXWORTH— Spanish Club. 

GARY KIM FRANKLIN — Varsity Football; Reserve Track; 
Gym Asst.; Hi-Pi, Lettermen's Clubs. 
PHILLIP M. FREEMAN—Sr. Council; ECHO, Fine Arts, 
Red Cross Agents; Radio Club. 

GENEVA GARDNER— Jr. Vaudeville; Choral Club, Con- 
cert Choir; Christmas Play; ANNUAL, Red Cross Agents; 
Nurse's, Attendance Desk Assts.; Student Council; Foot- 
lights, Human Relations, Red Cross; Thespians Clubs. 
JUDITH ANN GARRETT — Sr. Council; Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Choral Club; Concert Choir; Bowling; Frolic Musical; 
All-School Play; Christmas Play; Commencement Usher; 
ANNUAL, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Counselor 
Asst.; Student Council, Footlights, FBLA, Spanish Clubs; 
Big Sister. 

GARVINA DIANE GARVIN— ECHO Staff, Fine Arts Agent; 
Campus Book, FTA, Spanish Clubs. 

KAREN RENEE GARVIN — Choral Club; Concert Choir; 
Counselor, Business Off. Assts.; Student Council, Cam- 
pus Book, Tri-Hi-Y (pres.); Botany Award. 
DARRELL R. GIBSON — Sr. Council; Sr. Play; Sr. Prom 
Committee Chairman; Jr. Vaudeville; Tennis; Frolic Musi- 
cal; All-School Play; Christmas Play; ANNUAL, ECHO, Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agents; ECHO Staff; Art Asst.; Student 
Council, Campus Book, FBLA, FTA, Hi-Y, Human Rela- 
tions, Physical Science, Political Discussion Clubs; Big 
Brother. 

HELMUT M. GIESE—AFS, History, Key Clubs; Foreign 
Exchange student from Germany. 

DIANNE GILL — Choral Club; Senior Play; Footlights Club. 
WILLIAM EDWARD GLENN — ECHO Staff; Christmas 
ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Stage Crew; 
Student Council, Campus Book, Fiction, FBLA, Human 
Relations, Math, Physical Science, Radio, Red Cross 
Clubs; Big Brother. 

BARRY ANTHONY GOLDER — Jr. Vaudeville; Band; Or- 
chestra; Frolic Musical; All-School Play; ECHO, Fine Arts, 
Red Cross Agents; Art. Asst.; Footlights Club. 
MARCIA E. GOLIAH 



ANGEL ROSE GOODSON — Jr. Vaudeville Act Chairman; 
ANNUAL, ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; Student Council, Cam- 
pus Book, Chess, German Clubs. 

JONATHON GORDON — Varsity Baseball, Freshman Bas- 
ketball; Reserve, Varsity Football; Key Club, Lettermen's 
Clubs. 

CURTIS GRADY — ANNUAL, Fine Arts Agents; Art Asst. 
BRENDA GRANGER — Choral Club; Commencement Ush- 
er; ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; Student Council, Booster, 
Campus Book, Red Cross, Spanish, Y-Teens Clubs; Big 
Sister; National Honor Society. 



CHRISTOPHER M. GRAVENSTRETER—B rebeuf High 

School. 

MARILYN SUE GRAVES— Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 

Library Asst.; Library Club; Big Sister. 

ALVORIA GREENE — Jr. Vaudeville; ECHO, Fine Arts 

Agents; Attendance Asst.; Campus Book, Y-Teens Clubs. 

SEMORIA GREENE — Jr. Vaudeville; ECHO, Fine Arts 

Agents; Campus Book, Footlights, Y-Teens Clubs. 



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YVONNE Y. GREENE— Sr. Council; Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Annual Faculty Liner Ed.; A Cappella; Choral Club; 
Concert Choir; Madrigal; Christmas Play; Commencement 
Usher; ANNUAL Staff; ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; Counse- 
lor Asst.; Stage Crew; Student Council, Girls' League, 
AFS, Footlights, Fr.-Soph. Great Books, Jr.-Sr. Great 
Books, Human Relations, Naturalist, Thespian Clubs; Big 
Sister; Biology Award. 

DONNA JEANETTE GREGORY — Commencement Usher; 
Fine Arts Agent; Art Asst. 

ALICE CAROLYN GRIDER — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Bowl- 
ing (capt.); Frolic Musical; Christmas Play (student dir.); 
Commencement Usher; ANNUAL, ECHO, Red Cross 
Agents; Counselor Asst.; Student Council, Footlights, Hu- 
man Relations, Red Cross, Thespians, Y-Teens Clubs. 
FAYE C. GRIMES — Jr. Vaudeville; Commencement Usher; 
ECHO; Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; Student Coun- 
cil, Booster, Footlights, FTA, FBLA, Human Relations 
Clubs; Big Sister; Botany Award. 
PETER L. GROSS 

STEVE WALTER GURNELL — Jr. Vaudeville; Freshman, Re- 
serve, Varsity Basketball; Freshman, Reserve Cross Coun- 
try; Reserve Football; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Golf; 
ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; FBLA, Human Relations, Physi- 
cal Science Clubs. 

CHERYL DENISE HACKNEY— Sr. Council; Commence- 
ment Usher; Red Cross Agent; Attendance Asst.; Student 
Council; Honor Student Program; Typing Award. 
CHERYL ANN HADDOX— Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; ECHO 
Editor (Thursday); News Bureau; A Cappella; Madrigal; 
ANNUAL Staff, ECHO Staff; Girls' League, Fiction 
(sec), Footlights, Human Relations, Naturalist, Quill & 
Scroll (sec), Spanish Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; Biology Citation; National Honor Society. 
JANIFER MAE HALL— Orchestra; ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts Agents. 

STEPHAN M. HALL— Band; Orchestra; Music Asst.; Big 
Brother. 

STEPHANIE ANN HALL— Freshman Cheerleader; Christ- 
mas ECHO Agent; Red Cross Club; Art Award; National 
Honor Society. 

MARIAN ELAINE HAMLER— Fine Arts Agent; Library 
Asst.; Booster, Hi-Y, Red Cross Clubs. 
ROBERT ALAN HANSEN— Jr. Vaudeville; Echo Editor 
(Monday); News Bureau; ECHO Staff; Chemistry Asst.; 
History, Quill & Scroll (pres.), SEPAC (pres.-vice-pres.) 
Clubs; Big Brother; Honor Student Program; National 
Honor Society. 

PHILIP B. HARDING— Jr. Vaudeville; Track; English Asst.; 
R.O.T.C. 

TRACY LEE HARPER — Fine Arts, Red Cress Agents; 
FBLA, Fr.-Soph. Great Books, Order of the Straightedge 
Clubs. 

DAVID ARTHUR HARRIS 

JOYCE DEBORAH HARRIS— ANNUAL, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents; Red Cross, Y-Teens Clubs. 
DENISE JEAN HARRISON-^Fme Arts, Red Cross; Attend- 
ence Office, Counselor Assts.; Booster, FBLA, Tri-Hi-Y, 
Latin Clubs. 

ELAINE MONROE HART— Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Band; Commencement Usher; Homecoming 
Queen Candidate; Prom Queen Candidate; ECHO Staff; 
Fine Arts Agent; Chemistry Asst.; Student Council (pres.), 
Girls' League; Booster, Coin, Exercise in Knowledge, Fic- 
tion, Jr.-Sr. Great Books, Human Relations, Math, Mu 
Alpha Theta (V-Pres.), Naturalist (V-Pres.) Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program; National Honor Society. 
JOSEPH R. HASTINGS 

ROSIA HASTINGS— Campus Book, FTA Clubs; Honor 
Student Program. 

STEWART HAWKINS— Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaude- 
ville Act Chairman; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Music 
Men; Frolic Musical; All-School Play; Christmas ECHO 
Staff; ECHO Staff; Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts 
Agents; Biology, Chemistry, Counselor, Physical Science 
Assts.; Student Council (treas.), Fr.-Soph. Great Books, 
Human Relations, Key Club, Naturalist, Latin Clubs; Big 
Brother; National Honor Society. 

INEZ E. HAYES— Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; 
Business Office Asst.; Y-Teens Club. 

RONALD. LEE HAYNES— ECHO, Red Cross Agents; 
R.O.T.C. 




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CHARLOTTE HAYWOOD 

BRONNIE HAZELWOOD — Sr. Council; Freshman, Re- 
serve, Varsity, Mgr. Basketball; Freshman, Reserve, Var- 
sity Football; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents; Student Council, Letterman's, Order of the 
Straightedge Clubs; Honor Student Program; National 
Honor Society. 

VICTORIA E. HENSON— ANNUAL Agent; Red Cross, Y- 
Teens Clubs. 

BRENDA HIGGINSON— Frolic Fashion Show; Frolic Musi- 
cal; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents; Counselor Asst.; Booster, Y-Teens Clubs. 

JEAN HILL — Jr. Vaudeville; Concert Choir; Commence- 
ment Usher; Homecoming Queen Candidate; ECHO, Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agents; Gym, English, History, Language 
Assts.; Student Council, Booster, Campus Book, Fresh. - 
Soph. Great Books, Library, Red Cross, Spanish, Tri-Hi-Y, 
Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister. 

LARRY WILLIAM XAVIER HILL— ECHO Staff; Red Cross 
Agent; Stage Crew; Student Council, Chess Clubs. 
MARVIN LEWIS HILL— Jr. Vaudeville; Freshman Base- 
ball; Freshman Reserve, Varsity Bowling; Freshman, Re- 
serve Football; Golf; Wrestling; ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, ECHO Agents; Gym, Physical Science Assts.; 
R.O.T.C; Stage Crew; Booster, Campus Book, FBLA, Hu- 
man Relations, Naturalist, Physical Science, Political Dis- 
cussion, Red Cross Clubs; Big Brother. 
RONALD HILL 

ROSEMARY HILL 

GAIL DIANE HOLDER— Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Choral 
Club; Concert Choir; Frolic Musical; All-School Play; 
Christmas Play; Attendence Office Asst.; Student Council, 
Booster, Footlights, Human Relations Clubs; Big Sister. 
WINIFRED HOLLIS—Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Com- 
mencement Usher; Fine Arts Agent; Counselor Asst.; Stu- 
dent Council, Campus Book (sec), Human Relations, 
Red Cross Clubs; Honor Student Program; National 
Honor Society. 
BARBARA J. HOLLONQUEST 

CYNTHIA LOUISE HOLLOWAY— ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO Agents; Student Council; Y-Teens Clubs. 
PAUL EDWARD HOLMGREN — Jr. Vaudeville; Annual, 
Christmas ECHO, ECHO Agents; R.O.T.C; Stage Crew; 
Student Council, Chess, Coin, Radio (vice-pres.), SEPAC 
(treas.) Clubs. 

PAMELA ZOE HOPKINS— Choral Club; Bowling; Com- 
mencement Usher; ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 
English, Nurse Assts.; Student Council, Red Cross, Tri- 
Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs. 

MARCUS L. HOPSON — Reserve Track; Fine Arts Agent; 
Language Asst.; Student Council, Spanish Clubs. 

DEBORAH ANN HORN — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; ECHO 
Staff; ANNUAL, ECHO Agents; Counselor, English Asst.; 
Student Council, Booster, Fresh. -Soph. Great Books 
Clubs; Big Sister. 
MYRON HORNE 

ELIZABETH ANN HORWITZ — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; AN- 
NUAL Senior Picture Editor; Christmas ECHO Asst. Edi- 
tor; Commencement Usher; ANNUAL Staff; Christmas 
ECHO Staff; ECHO Staff; Fine Arts Agent; Biology, Coun- 
selor, English Assts.; WIAN; Stage Crew; Girls' League, 
FTA (vice-pres.), History (vice-pres.), Quill and Scroll 
(vice-pres.), Thespians, True Blue Clubs; Big Brother-Big 
Sister Program Co-Chairman; Honor Student Program; 
Biology Award; D.A.R. Award; National Honor Society. 
AILEEN HOWARD 

JOANN HOWARD 

JACQUELYN KAY HUBBARD— Concert Choir; Orchestra; 
Campus Book, Y-Teens Clubs. 

LOREN THOMAS HUDSON — Sr. Play; Annual Copy Edi- 
tor; Reserve Wrestling; ANNUAL Staff; ECHO Staff; 
R.O.T.C; Footlights; Math, Mu Alpha Theta (vice-pres.) 
Clubs; Big Brother; Honor Student Program; Howe High 
School, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

MARCELLA ANN HUGHES — Concert Choir; Attendance 
Office Asst.; Red Cross. 



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JANICE D. L. HUNTER — Sr. Play; A Cappella; Frolic Mu- 
sical; All-School Play; Commencement Usher; ECHO Staff; 
Counselor Asst.; Student Council, FTA, Human Relations, 
Quill and Scroll (hist.), Spanish, Thespians Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program; National Honor Society. 
THERESA HURRLE — Christmas Play; ANNUAL Staff; AN- 
NUAL, Christmas ECHO, ECHO Agents; Girls* League, 
AFS, Red Cross, True Blue,Y-Teens Clubs; Chatard High 
School, Indianapolis, Ind. 

MELISSA LOUISE INGRAM — Jr. Vaudeville; Choral Club; 
Frolic Musical; Counselor Asst.; Student Council, Campus 
Book, Footlights, FBLA, Jr.-Sr. Great Books, Order of the 
Straightedge, Photography Clubs. 
CARL STEVEN IRVIN 

DIANE LYNN IRVIN — Jr. Vaudeville; Student Council; 
Girls' League, Campus Book, Y-Teens Clubs. 
DALE RITA ISBELL — ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 
Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y Clubs; Big Sister. 
YVONNE JACKS — Commencement Usher; Attendance 
Office Asst.; Campus Book (vice-pres.), Human Rela- 
tions Clubs. 

ARTHUR C. JACKSON— Jr. Vaudeville; Reserve Baseball; 
Freshman Basketball; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Foot- 
ball; Reserve Track; ANNUAL, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; Stage Crew; Fr.-Soph. Great Books, Lettermen's 
(vice-pres.), Spanish Clubs; Big Brother. 
PATZETTA MARIE JACKSON — Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Choral Club; Varsity Cheerleader (co-capt.); 
Reserve Cheerleader; All-School Play; Christmas Play; 
Commencement Usher; Prom Queen Candidate; ECHO 
Staff; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents; Counselor, Gym Asst.; Girls' League, Stu- 
dent Council, Footlights, Human Relations, Y-Teens 
Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Program; Cheerleading 
Award; National Honor Society. 

SANDRA KAY JAMES — ANNUAL Edit.; Sr. Council; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Orchestra; Commencement Usher; ANNUAL 
Staff; ECHO Staff; ANNUAL Agent; Biology, Counselor, 
English Asst.; WIAN; Girls' League, History (recording 
sec), Math, Mu Alpha Theta, Photography, Quill & Scroll 
Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Program; National Hon- 
or Society. • 
PHYLLIS JEAN JEWELL— Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Band; Majorette; Bowling; Commencement Usher; AN- 
NUAL, ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; Girls' League, Booster, 
Footlights, Human Relations, Red Cross, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Pom-Pom Girl; Honor Student Program; Typing Award. 
STEPHANIE A. JEWELL — Choral Club; ANNUAL, Christ- 
mas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Gym 
Asst.; Booster, FBLA, FTA, Human Relations, Y-Teens 
Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Program. 
CECILIA D. JOHNSON— Human Relations, Tri-Hi-Y, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Program. 
CHARLES E. JOHNSON — Reserve, Varsity Baseball; Re- 
serve, Varsity Football; Lettermen's Club. 
DAVID LEE JOHNSON JR.— Band; Freshman Basketball; 
Freshman, Reserve Football; ECHO Staff; Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents. 

GEORGE CURTIS JOHNSON 

PANICE MARIE JOHNSON— ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; Human Relations, Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y Clubs. 
MARCIA ANN JOHNSON— Sr. Play; Choral Club; Concert 
Choir; ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Nurse's Asst.; 
Student Council, Campus Book, Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y, Y- 
Teens Club. 

RONALD RICHARD JOHNSON 

SANDRA LEE JOHNSON— ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; English Asst.; Campus Book, Tri-Hi-Y Clubs. 
VIRGINIA B. JOHNSON— Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Jr. 
Vaudeville Chairman; A Cappella; Concert Choir; Girls' 
Ensemble; Madrigals; Frolic Musical; Commencement 
Usher; ECHO Staff; ANNUAL Agent; Counselor Asst.; Stu- 
dent Council; Girls' League, Folk Singing (vice-pres ), 
Fiction (vice-pres.), Fr.-Soph. Great Books, Jr.-Sr. Great 
Books, Human Relations, Le Cercle Francais, Naturalists, 
True Blue Clubs; National Honor Society. 
HAZEL JEAN JOINTER 
CLARA ELLA JONES 
CLARRISSIA ELLEN JONES— Student Council. 




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CLETUS RAY JONES 

DONNA MICHELLE JONES— Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts 

Agents; FBLA, Human Relations, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs; 

Typing Award. 

EDWIN LEWIS JONES— Jr. Vaudeville; R.O.T.C. (officer), 

Rifle Team; Drill Team; Officers' Club. 

GEORGIANNA FRANCES JONES— ANNUAL Agents; Girls* 

League, Red Cross Clubs. 

KAREN DELORIS JONES— Jr. Vaudeville; Commence- 
ment Usher; Student Council, Girls' League, Booster, 
Campus Book Clubs; Big Sister; Chatard High School, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

LAVONNE JONES— Jr. Vaudeville, Choral Club; All-School 
Play; Christmas Play; Commencement Usher; Christmas 
ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agent; Attendance 
Asst.; Stage Crew; Student Council, Booster, Footlights, 
FTA, Human Relations, Red Cross, True Blue Clubs; Big 
Sister. 

LESLIE ANN JONES— Jr. Vaudeville; Red Cross Agent; 
SEPAC, Red Cross Clubs. 
LILLIE JEANETTE JONES 

MARTHA CORNELIA JONES— Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; A 
Cappella; Choral Club; Concert Choir; Orchestra; Frolic 
Musical; Christmas Play; Fine Arts Agent; Booster, Foot- 
lights, Human Relations, Red Cross, Spanish Clubs; Big 
Sister. 

RANDOLPH LEROY JONES — Sr. Council; Varsity Track; 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Human Relations, Letter- 
men's Clubs. 
STEPHAN JORDAN 

RAGINI T. JOSH/ — Student Council; Urbana High School, 
Urbana, Illinois. 

JANET VICTORIA KENDRICK— Choral Club; Student 
Council, Booster, Campus Book, Fr.-Soph. Great Books, 
Le Cercle Francais, Y-Teens Clubs. 

KATHLEEN F. KENNEDY — ANNUAL Underclassmen Pic- 
tures Editor; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts 
Agent; Audio-Visual Dept. Asst.; Footlights, Jr.-Sr. Great 
Books (pres.), Human Relations, SPQR (pres.), Spanish 
Clubs; Honor Student Program. 

CAROL L. KIMBROUGH— Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Cho- 
ral Club; Concert Choir; All-School Play; ANNUAL, Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agent; Nurse's Asst.; Senior Council; 
Booster, Campus Book, Spanish, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Big Sister. 

PATRICIA ANN KISH— Jr. Vaudeville Act Chairman; Con- 
cert Choir; Commencement Usher; ECHO Staff; ANNUAL 
Echo, Fine Arts Agent; Biology, Gym Assts.; Student 
Council, Booster, German, History, (social chair.), True 
Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Biology, Typing Awards. 

REBECCA SUE KLEPPER 

JILL ANN KOOIKER— A Cappella; Choral Club; Concert 
Choir; Counseling, Gym Asst.; Student Council, Girls' 
League, German (sec), Human Relations, Naturalist 
Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Program. 
KATHERYN H. KUNZ 

ILZE KURINS — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville Act Chairman; 
Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Choral Club; Freshman, Re- 
serve Cheerleader (co-capt); ANNUAL Agent; Counselor, 
Gym Assts.; Girls' League, Fr.-Soph. Great Books; Nat- 
uralist (sec), Spanish (vice pres.), Clubs; Big Sister; 
National Honor Society. 

GOLDA LASK — Folk Singing, German Clubs; Honor Stu- 
dent Program. 

STEPHEN RICHARD LAWRENCE^-Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; ANNUAL Photography Editor; ECHO Photography 
Editor; Reserve Tennis; ANNUAL Staff; ECHO Staff; Key 
Club (vice pres.), Naturalist, Quill & Scroll, Photography 
(vice pres.), Clubs; National Honor Society; University 
City High School, St. Louis, Missouri. 
TERRIS E. LEGG — A Cappella; Concert Choir; Music 
Men; Freshman, Reserve Football. 

PHYLLIS ANN LESTER — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Con- 
cert Choir; Commencement Usher; ECHO Staff; Red Cross 
Agent; Music Asst.; Student Council, AFS, FTA, SPQR 
Clubs; Big Sister. 



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KAREN PAULETTE LEWIS— Jr. Vaudeville; Orchestra; 
Christmas Play; Senior Play; ECHO Agent; Booster, Coin, 
FBLA, Human Relations, Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens 
Clubs; Big Sister. 

ANNE UEBER — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville Act Chairman; 
Jr. Vaudeville; Commencement Usher; ECHO Staff; AN- 
NUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; Business Of- 
fice Asst.; Student Council, Girls' League, Fr.-Soph. Great 
Books, Human Relations Clubs; Big Sister; A.I.F.S. to 
France; National Honor Society. 

DENISE CHRISTINE LINDSAY— Choral Club, Concert 
Choir; Student Council, Honor Student Program. 
GERALD LINDSAY— Fine Arts Agent; R.O.T.C. Officer; 
Student Council, Booster, Human Relations, Red Cross 
Clubs. 



SANDRA YVONNE LOGAN — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; A 
Cappella; Choral Club; Student Council, Footlights, Hu- 
man Relations, Tri-Hi-Y Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; National Honor Society. 

CHARLES TIMOTHY LORD — ANNUAL Staff; ECHO Staff. 
ALVIN D. MACKLIN — Sr. Play; Freshman Basketball; 
Bowling; Reserve Track; Freshman Wrestling. 
STEVE MAKURAT — ECHO Staff; ANNUAL Agent; Student 
Council; Southside High School, Fort Wayne, Ind. 



ELIZABETH PYNCHON MALLORY — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; All-School Play; Commencement Usher; Red Cross 
Agent; Counselor Asst.; Stage Crew; Student Council, 
Girls' League, Human Relations, Naturalists, True Blue 
Clubs; Big Sister; Kent School for Girls, Kent. Conn. 
CAROLYN ARMENTA MARLEY — Jr. Vaudeville; Concert 
Choir; Bowling; FBLA, Footlights, Red Cross Clubs; Typ- 
ing Award. 

WANDA JEAN MARTIN — Choral Club; Concert Choir; Or- 
chestra; Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; Stu- 
dent Council, Campus Book, German Clubs. 
ELLOWEZE MCAFEE— Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Choral 
Club; All-School Play; Attendance Office Asst.; Footlights 
Club. 



STANLEY JOSEPH MCCLEN DON— Freshman Football; 
Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Wrestling; Christmas ECHO, 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Stage Crew. 
FREEMAN MACK MCCONIS 
SCOTT EVERS MCDONALD 

NANCY ELIZABETH MCFALL— Jr. Vaudeville; ANNUAL, 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Biology, Bookstore 
Assts.; Student Council; Big Sister. 



DENNIS MCGEE — Sr. Council; Reserve Football. 

JEFFREY WAYNE MCGUIRE — Bookstore Asst.; R.O.T.C; 

Fr.-Soph. Great Books; Hi-Pi, Key Club, Naturalist Clubs; 

Big Brother; Honor Student Program. 

WILLA JEAN MCKENZIE 

DEBRA E. MCMILLAN — Jr. Vaudeville; FBLA, Red Cross 

Clubs. 



RUTH MCNAIRY— Sr. Class Sec; Sr. Council (sec); Jr. 
Vaudeville; Choral Club; Concert Choir; Commencement 
Usher; Homecoming Princess; Prom Queen Candidate; 
ECHO Staff; ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agent; Counselor 
Asst.; Student Council (vice-pres., sec), Girls' League, 
Exercise in Knowledge, Human Relations, Naturalist, 
SPQR Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Program; Na- 
tional Honor Society. 

KATRINA MCNARY — Choral Club; Concert Choir; Span- 
ish, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs. 

GORLANA LILNEL MCNEAL— East St. Louis Senior High 
School, St. Louis, Missouri. 

ANTHONY MCQUEEN— Sr. Council; Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Band; Orchestra; Track; Wrestling; Christmas Play; 
Red Cross Agent; Gym Asst.; Red Cross Club. 




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ALICE FRANCES MILLER — Jr. Vaudeville; 1 ANNUAL, 
Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agent; At- 
tendance Office, Business Office Assts.; Campus Book, 
FBLA, Hi-Y Human Relations, Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y, Y- 
Teens Clubs. 
RANDALL EARL MILLER 
LAWRENCE STEPHEN MILLS 

ROMANIA MILTON — Pom Pom Girl; Fine Arts Agent; Hu- 
man Relations, Spanish, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs. 



DEBORAH LOUISE MITCHELL 
CONRAD MACEO MOORE 

DEITRA KAY MOORE—Sr. Council; Jr. Prom Chairman; 
Jr. Vaudeville Act Chairman; Christmas Play; Commence- 
ment Usher; ECHO, Fine Arts Agent; Counselor, Attend- 
ance Office Assts.; Booster, Campus Book, Fr.-Soph. 
Great Books, Human Relations Clubs. 
EDWINA JOYCE MOORE — Jr. Vaudeville; Choral Club; 
ECHO Staff; Library, Attendance Office Assts.; Student 
Council, AFS, Booster, Footlights, FBLA, Fr.-Soph. Great 
Books, Library, Y-Teens Clubs. 



JANET MARIE MOORE — Bowling; FBLA, FTA, Y-Teens 

Clubs. 

LORETTA YVONNE MOORE 

CHARLESETTA MORPHIS 

NANCY ANN MORRIS— Bowling (capt.); All-School Play; 

Fine Arts, Red Cross Agent; Nurse's Asst.; Student 

Council, Red Cross, Y-Teens Clubs. 



OLIVIA ANICE MORRIS — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Con- 
cert Choir; ANNUAL, ECHO, Fine Arts Clubs Agent; 
Nurse's Asst.; Student Council, Spanish, Y-Teens; Big 
Sister. 

NATHANIEL MOSLEY JR. — Jr. Vaudeville; Baseball; Cross 
Country; Wrestling; R.O.T.C; Student Council. 
DENISE EILENE MULLENS— Sr. Class Vice-Pres.; Sr. 
Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella (vice-pres.); 
Concert Choir; Madrigals; Commencement Usher; ECHO, 
Christmas ECHO Agent; Music Dept. Asst.; Student Coun- 
cil, Campus Book, Human Relations, SPQR Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program; National Honor Society. 
MARILYN JOICE MURPHY — All-School Play; ANNUAL 
Agent; Counselor Asst.; Footlights, Spanish Clubs. 



EUGENE HOWELL MURRAY— Jr. Vaudeville; Reserve, 
Varsity Baseball; Basketball Statistician; Reserve, Varsity 
Football; Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agent; R.O.T.C; Student Council (alternate), Letter- 
man's, Spanish Clubs; Big Brother. 

MARGARET ROSE MURRAY— Choral Club; Concert Choir; 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agent; Booster, Tri-Hi-Y, True Blue, 
Y-Teens Clubs. 

REXFORD TRENT MYERS— Sr. Play; Freshman Cross 
Country; R.O.T.C. (c/2nd Lt.); Biology Dept. Asst.; Nat- 
uralists Club; Varsity Rifle Team. 

KAREN L. NANCE— Choral Club; Concert Choir; Christ- 
mas ECHO Agent; Student Council, Footlights, FTA, Hu- 
man Relations, Latin American Clubs; Botany Award. 



GALE VEATRICE NEAL — Jr. Vaudeville; Commencement 
Usher; Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts Agent; Student 
Council, Booster, Footlights, FTA, Y-Teens Clubs; Big 
Sister. 

CARLA MABEL NICHOLAS— ECHO Agent; FTA, Library, 
Red Cross, Y-Teens Clubs. 

FLAVORS NORTHINGTON— Fr.-Soph. Great Books. 
DAVID EUGENE NORWOOD — Reserve, Varsity Basket- 
ball; Varsity Cross Country; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity 
Track; Fine Arts Agent; Gym Asst.; Lettermen's Club. 



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Selecting a Career or a University 



CHARLES GIBSON O'BANNON — A Cappella; Music Men; 
Bowling; Freshman Football; Math, Spanish Clubs. 
RAMONIA MARIE OGLESBY — Jr. Vaudeville; Pom Pom 
Girl; All-School Play; Christmas Play; Commencement 
Usher; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agent; Biology, Counselor, Gym Assts.; Student 
Council, Girls' League, AFS, Booster, Campus Book 
(sec), Hi-Pi, Human Relations, Naturalists, Red Cross, 
Tri-Hi-Y, True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister. 
WILLIS JAMES OLDHAM 

GLENDA MARIE O'NEAL — Jr. Vaudeville; Choral Club; 
Commencement Usher; Footlights, FBLA, FTA, Y-Teens 
Clubs. 



GEORGE WILLIAM OVERTON 

VALERIE JUNE PARHAM — ANNUAL, ECHO, Red Cross 

Agents; Booster, Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y Clubs. 

CAROLYN SUE PATTERSON 

ROYAL LEE PATTERSON — Sr. Council; Reserve, Varsity 

Bowling; Varsity Cross Country; Varsity Track; Biology 

Award. 



MARY JOYCE PAYTON— Campus Book, Red Cross, Y- 
Teens Clubs. 

JOHN MORGAN PELLETT—Sr. Play; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; A Cappella; Music Men; Chess, Exercise in Knowl- 
edge, Jr.-Sr. Great Books, History (asst. treas., pub. 
chairman), Human Relations, Key Club, Math, Mu Alpha 
Theta (pres., sec.-treas.), Naturalist Clubs; Big Brother- 
Big Sister Co-Chairman; Rensselaer Math and Science 
Award; National Honor Society. 

AURORA LORETTA PHELPS — Fine Arts Agent; Library, 
Nurse's Assts.; Library, Spanish Clubs; Roosevelt Hgih, 
L.A. California. 
FRANK BISHOP PHILLIPS— Band; Varsity Wrestling. 



DONNA ALEXIS PINCKNEY — Sr. Council; Sr. Play; Jr. 
Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Orchestra; Student 
Council, Girls' League, Fiction, Fresh. -Soph. Great Books, 
Human Relations (sec.) Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; National Honor Society. 
DAVID WESTLEY PINNER 

WINFRED JAMES PITTS — ANNUAL, ECHO Agents. 
HANS ROBERT POEHLMANN — Jr. Vaudeville; Band; 
SEPAC (pres.) Clubs; Big Brother. 



GREGORY POSLEY — Bowling; Campus Book; Hi-Y (pres.) 
Clubs. 

FREDERICK EARL POWELL — Sr. Class Pres.; Sr. Council; 
Varsity Football; Varsity Track; Varsity Wrestling; Fine 
Arts Agent; Lettermen's, Math, Order of the Straightedge 
Clubs. 

STANLEY JAMES PROCTOR 

JANIS PUTELIS— ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts 
Agents; Student Council, Folk Singing, Footlights, Ger- 
man, Human Relations, Key Club, Naturalist, Photogra- 
phy (treas.) Clubs; Big Brother. 



SAUNDRA ANN RADFORD — Commencement Usher; 

Campus Book, Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y Clubs. 

MARY VIRGINIA RAGLAND — ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, 

Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Girls' League, Booster, 

Campus Book, Red Cross, Y-Teens Clubs. 

CYNTHIA ELAINE RAMEY— Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens 

Clubs; Bosse High, Evansville, Ind. 

ALICE MARIE RANDELL— Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 

History Asst.; Campus Book, FTA, Y-Teens Clubs. 




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Seniors Cheered Their Football and 




KENNETH BRUCE RANDLE — Reserve, Varsity Basketball; 
Varsity Cross Country; Reserve, Varsity Track. 
PHYLLIS SUSAN RAPIER— Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; ECHO, 
Fine Arts Agent; Counselor Asst.; Student Council, Fic- 
tion, Footlights, Human Relations, Y-Teens Clubs; Big 
Sister. 

MARGIE RUTH RATCLIFF— Jr. Vaudeville; Pom Pom Girl 
(chairman); Band; Orchestra; Christmas ECHO Agent; 
Student Council, AFS, Footlights, FBLA, FTA (treas.), Y- 
Teens Clubs. 

JOHN OLIVER RAUCH— Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Re- 
serve Cross Country; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Track; 
ECHO, Red Cross Agent; History Asst.; Chess (pres.), His- 
tory Clubs; Big Brother; Honor Student Program; Na- 
tional Honor Society. 

JO CAROL RAY 

LEILA RUTH REDLICH— Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Cho- 
ral Club; Frolic Musical; All-School Play; Christmas Play; 
ANNUAL Staff; ECHO Staff; Fine Arts Agent; Counselor, 
History Asst.; Student Council, Girls' League (sec), Foot- 
lights, Human Relations, Naturalist, Y-Teens Clubs; Big 
Sister; Biology Award. 

SAUNDRA CORNELIUS REED— Choral Club; All-School 
Play; Student Council, Booster, Y-Teens Clubs; Honor 
Student Program. 
TONY GORDON REED— R.O.T.C. (officer); Officer's Club. 

LYNETTE ADELE RIDING— Band; Bowling; Booster, 
FBLA, Footlights, Tri-Hi-Y Clubs. 

MONA LEE RINGEL — Jr. Vaudeville; Annual Underclass- 
men Ed.; A Cappella; Choral Club; All-School Play; Com- 
mencement Usher; ANNUAL Agent; WIAN; Stage Crew; 
Student Council, Footlights, History (cor. sec), Human 
Relations, Thespians clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; Biology Award; National Honor Society. 
KATHERINE ESTELLE RISCH — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville 
(Act Chairman); ECHO Editor (Tuesday); News Bureau; 
Commencement Usher; ECHO Staff; Student Council, 
Girls' League, Jr.-Sr. Great Books, Human Relations, Quill 
& Scroll, True Blue Clubs; Big Brother-Big Sister Co- 
Chairman; National Honor Society. 

DAVID MONTGOMERY ROBB— Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; 
A Cappella; Chemistry Asst.; Human Relations, Key Club, 
Naturalist Clubs. 

LINDA KAY ROBB/NS— Jr. Vaudeville; Pom Pom Girl; 
Fine Arts Agent; Gym Asst.; Girls' League, Booster, Hu- 
man Relations, Spanish Clubs. 

WINONA LEE ROBERSON— Jr. Vaudeville; Echo Staff; 
Tri-Hi-Y Club. 

ANNA LOU ROBERTS— Botany Award. 
STEPHANIE ROBERT S— ANNUAL, 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agent; 
FBLA, Physical Science, Y-Teens Clubs 



Christmas ECHO, 
Student Council, 



HENRY LENNEL ROBINSON 

THERON JAY ROE — Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; 

Reserve, Varsity Basketball (Mgr.), Bowling; Freshman, 

Reserve Tennis; Commencement Usher; Student Council, 

Hi-Pi, Key Club, Lettermen's (sec), Naturalist, SEPAC 

(treas.) Clubs; Honor Student Program; National Honor 

Society. 

GLORIA EVONE ROGERS — Choral Club; Band; Fine Arts, 

Red Cross Agents; Student Council, Booster, Math, Red 

Cross Clubs; Big Sister; National Honor Society; Scecina 

High School, Indianapolis, Ind. 

KENNETH EUGENE ROGERS 

DEE ANN ROLLINGS 

RONALD LEE ROSE — Freshman Basketball; Fine Arts 
Agent; R.O.T.C. 

GARDENIA RUSH — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Commence- 
ment Usher; ECHO Staff; Fine Arts Agent; Student Coun- 
cil, Girls' League, Footlights, FTA' Clubs; Big Sister; Honor 
Student Program. 
GERALDINE RUSSELL 



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Basketball Teams on to Many Wins 



PHYLLIS ELAINE RUSSELL— ANNUAL, ECHO, Fine Arts, 
Red Cross Agents; Fr.-Soph. Great Books, Y-Teens Clubs. 
RONALD BOYCE SANDERS 

SHIRLEY ANN SANDERS — Jr. Vaudeville; Commence- 
ment Usher; Bookstore Asst.; Campus Book, Human Re- 
lations, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens (treas.) Clubs; Big Sister. 
DONNA LYNN SANFORD — Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine 
Arts Agents; Gym Asst.; Student Council, Spanish, Y- 
Teens Clubs. 



MICHAEL CORWIN SANFORD— Jr. Policy; ANNUAL Agent; 

Student Council, FTA, Spanish Clubs; Big Brother; Honor 

Student Program; National Honor Society. 

BERNICE CAROLYN SAUNDERS 

WANDA ELAINE SAUNDERS— Footlights, Spanish Clubs. 

NORMA JEAN SCRUGGS — Campus Book, Footlights, Y- 

Teens Clubs. 



CARLA KATHERINE SHANKLIN— ANNUAL Faculty Liner 
Ed.; ANNUAL Staff; ECHO Staff; Christmas ECHO Agent; 
Counselor, Language Assts.; Human Relations, SPQR 
(tres.), Quill & Scroll Club; National Honor Society. 
ALVA KATINA SHARPE 

CAROL JEAN SHARPE—Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville Act 
Chairman; Jr. Vaudeville; Christmas Play; Sr. Play; Com- 
mencement Usher; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, 
Red Cross Agents; Girls' League, Booster, Footlights, 
FTA, Human Relations, Naturalist, Red Cross, Y-Teens 
Club; Big Sister; Honor Student Program; National 
Honor Society. 

VIRGINIA LEE SHEPARD—A Cappella; Student Council; 
Big Sister. 



CAROL ELIZABETH SHERIDAN 

CLARENCE RUSSELL SHERROD — Bowling; Basketball; 

Wrestling. 

PRISCILLA ELIZABETH SHOBE 

FREEMAN SIMMONS 



CARRIAN SINGLETEARY— Choral Club; Homecoming 

Princess; Fine Arts Agents; Student Council, Girls' 

League, AFS, FTA, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs. 

PHILLIP JOSEPH SLATES— Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; 

ECHO Staff; Counselor Asst.; Student Council, Fiction, 

Key Club, Naturalist, Quill & Scroll, SEPAC Clubs, Big 

Brother. 

ANTHONY CHRISTOPHER SMITH— Sr. Council; Fresh. 

Football; Student Council. 

BARBARA ELLEN SMITH — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; A 

Cappella; Girls' Ensemble; Madrigal; Frolic Musical; Prom 

Queen Candidate; ECHO Staff; Language Asst.; Jr.-Sr. 

Great Books, History, Human Relations, Le Cercle Fran- 

cais, Naturalist Clubs; Honor Student Program; I.U. 

Language Study in France; National Honor Society. 



LYNNE ELIZABETH SMITH — Echo, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; Tri-Hi-Y Club. 

MATTIE RUTH SMITH— Jr. Vaudeville; ANNUAL, Fine Arts 
AsGnts 

PATRICIA KAY SMITH— Jr. Vaudeville; ANNUAL Under- 
classmen Editor; Freshman, Varsity Cheerleader; ANNUAL 
Staff; ECHO Staff; Fine Arts Agent; Gym Asst.; Student 
Council, Girls' League, Human Relations, Naturalist, 
Spanish, True Blue Clubs; Big Sisters; National Honor 
Society. 
ROCHELLE ANN SMITH 





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SAUNDRA AN/SE SM/TH 

PAUL EDWARD SMOOT— Freshman Basketball; Fresh- 
man, Reserve Football; Freshman, Reserve Track; 
R.O.T.C; Student Council, Campus Book (vice pres.), 
Red Cross Clubs. 

/SAAC LEE SPAIN— Sr. Play; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Freshman Basketball; Freshman, Reserve Cross Country; 
Freshman Track; ANNUAL, ECHO Agents. 
TIMOTHY ALBERT SPAULDING— Band; Bowling; Reserve 
Cross-Country; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Track; Fresh- 
man, Reserve, Varsity Wrestling; ECHO Staff. 

PEARL LEE SPELLS 

CYNTHIA ANN STAHI — A.F.S., Folk Singing, Footlights, 
Human Relations Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; Nater Dei High School, Evansville, Ind. 
DEBRA JEAN STANFIELD— Choral Club; Sr. Play; Coun- 
selor Asst.; FTA, Hi-Pi, Human Relations Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program. 

MARY DODGE STEICHEN — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; 
Prom Queen Candidate; Student Council, Booster, Human 
Relations, Naturalist Clubs; Big Sister; Biology Award; 
St. Agnes Academy. 

RICHARD LEE STERN — Library Asst.; Stage Crew; Cam- 
pus Book, Library Clubs. 
BESSIE L. STEWART 

PATRICIA ANN STOKELY — Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Choral Clubs; Concert Choir; Bowling; Commencement 
Usher; ECHO Staff; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, ECHO, 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Art Asst.; Student Council, 
Campus Book Club; Big Sister. 

SUSAN CAROL STOREY— Choral Club; Christmas ECHO, 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Student Council, FTA, 
Human Relations, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs. 

CATHERINE LEETH STOUT — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella 
(sec); Choral Club; Girls Ensemble; Frolic Musical; All- 
School Play; Commencement Usher; ECHO Staff; ECHO, 
Fine Arts Agents; Counselor, Music Assts.; Stage Crew; 
Girls League, Booster, Footlights, Human Relations, Thes- 
pians (sec), True Blue Clubs; Big Sister; National Honor 
Society. 

STEVEN AUSTIN STREET 

JEFFREY GORDON STUMPH— Jr. Vaudeville; ECHO, Fine 
Arts Agents; Biology, Language Assts.; Campus Book, 
German (treas.), Naturalist Clubs; Big Brother. 
WILLIAM JAMES SULLIVAN 

ANDREA MAECIL SUTTICE — Orchestra; Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents; Student Council. 

CHERYL LYNN TALLEY — Sr. Council; Jr. Prom Committee 
Chairman; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Choral Club; Con- 
cert Choir; Commencement Usher; ANNUAL, Fine Arts 
Agents; Attendance Office, Counselor Assts.; Student 
Council, Girls' League, Campus Book (pres.), Fr.-Soph. 
Great Books, Human Relations, SPQR Clubs; Big Sister. 
ALICE MARIE TAYLOR — Red Cross Agent; Library Asst.; 
Footlights, FBLA, Red Cross Clubs. 

DANIEL F. TAYLOR — Chess, Key Clubs; Castle High 
School, Newburgh, Indiana. 

RICHARD MITCHAEL TERRY 

SAMUEL TAGGART TEST — Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; A Cappella; Concert Choir; Freshman Reserve 
Tennis; Commencement Usher; ANNUAL Staff, Chemistry 
Asst.; Student Council, Exercise in Knowledge (reserve), 
Fr.-Soph. Great Books, Hi-Pi (treas.), History (treas.), 
Human Relations, Key Club (sec), Naturalists Clubs; 
Big Brother; National Merit SemiFinalist; National Honor 
Society. 

JANET ELIZABETH TETER — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville Act 
Chairman; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Frolic Musical; 
Commencement Usher; ANNUAL Advertising manager; 
Jamboree Queen; Prom Queen Candidate; Gym Asst.; 
Girls' League, History, Key Club (sponsor), Spanish 
Clubs; Typing Award; National Honor Society. 
CAROLYN ANN THOMAS — ANNUAL Agent; Student Coun- 
cil, Y-Teens Clubs. 



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Play "A Pennant for the Kremlin" 



ALICIA ANN THOMPSON — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Or- 
chestra; All-School Play; Christmas Play; Commencement 
Usher; ANNUAL, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Stu- 
dent Council, Booster, Footlights, FTA, Y-Teens Clubs. 
CLARK EDWARD THOMPSON 

PATRICIA ELAINE THOMPSON—Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Girl's League, Campus Book, 
Red Cross Clubs. 
WANDA MARIE THOMPSON 

DEBORAH JEAN THORN — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Or- 
chestra (treas.); All-School Play; Christmas Play; ANNUAL 
Agent; Footlights, Human Relations, Y-Teens (treas.) 
Clubs; Big Sister. 

PATRICIA ELAINE THURMAN— Jr. Vaudeville; Choral 
Club; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Red Cross, SEPAC, 
Y-Teens Clubs. 

KAREN YVONNE TIPTON— Choral Club; Concert Choir; 
Band; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Student Council, 
Campus Book Club. 
JOHN E. TOWNSEND 

MONTE I. TRAMMER—Sr. Council; Bowling; ECHO Staff; 
R.O.T.C; Student Council, Chess, German Clubs; Nation- 
al Merit Scholarship Award. 

JILLANE NANETTE TUNSTALL — Sr. Play; Orchestra; Com- 
mencement Usher; Christmas ECHO; Human Relations, 
Spanish, Tri-Hi-Y Clubs; Big Sister. 

SUSIE TURNIPSEED — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Commence- 
ment Usher; Girl's League, AFS, Footlights, Hi-Pi, Tri-Hi- 
Y, Y-Teens (vice-pres., pres.) Clubs. 

WILLIAM BRECKENRIDGE TYLER— Sr. Council; Jr. Class 
Tres.; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Bowling; 
Commencement Usher; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Biol- 
ogy Asst.; Student Council, Exercise in Knowledge, Fr.- 
Soph. Great Books, Hi-Pi, Human Relations; Key Club; 
Naturalist (pres.), Clubs; Big Brother; Honor Student 
Program; Klopp Memorial Award, National Honor Socie- 
ty (treas.). 

DORIS ANN TYSON — Campus Book, Fiction Clubs. 
ELIZABETH ELLEN UNGER— Christmas ECHO Asst. Edi- 
tor and Editor; ECHO Asst. Ed., and Editor (Friday), Or- 
chestra; Christmas ECHO, ECHO Staff; Language Asst.; 
Chess, Fiction, Le Cercle Francais, Naturalist, Quill & 
Scroll Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Program; I.U. 
Language Study in France; National Honor Society. 
WANDA C. WADE — Gym Asst.; Honor Student Program. 
JANIS ANN WAGONER— ECHO Staff; Student Council, 
Girls League, AFS, Campus Book; FBLA, German, Fr.- 
Soph. Great Books, Human Relations, Math Clubs; Big 
Sister. 

WILLIAM SORA WALKER 
EZRA DEE WARSAW 

KAREN ELAINE WATERS— Jr. Vaudeville; Senior Play, 
Commenmement Usher; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Counselor, Attend- 
ance Asst.; Student Council, Campus Book (pres.), Hu- 
man Relations, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs. 
ALJEAN WATK/NS— Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; 
Campus Book, FBLA, Human Relations, Spanish, Y-Teens 
Clubs. 

CAROLYN DELORIS WATTS— Orchestra; Senior Play, 
Commencement Usher; Fine Arts Agents; Student Coun- 
cil, Campus Book, Human Relations, Spanish Clubs. 
LINDA ARLENE WATTS— Jr. Vaudeville; Pom Pom Girls; 
All-School Play, Christmas Play; ANNUAL, ECHO, Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agents; Counselor Asst.; Student Council, 
Booster, Footlights, Human Relations, Red Cross, True 
Blue Clubs; Big Sister. 

PARTHENIA GAILE WEAVER— Choral Club, Concert 
Choir; Fine Arts Agent; Counselor Asst.; Booster, Foot- 
lights, FTA, Y-Teens (sec.) Clubs; Botany, Typing Awards. 
PATRICIA MAE WEBSTER— Sr. Play, Jr. Vaudeville; Bowl- 
ing; All-School Play, Commencement Usher; ANNUAL, 
ECHO, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 
Student Council, Booster, FBLA, Human Relations, Red 
Cross, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister. 




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Commencement and the Grad Dance 




MARY A. WEDDLE 

GWENDOLYN WEEKS— Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Com- 
mencement Usher; ECHO Staff; ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; Stage Crew; Student Council, 
Booster, Footlights, FTA, German, Human Relations 
Clubs. 

WALTER R. WEIR 

GWENDOLYN WEST— Jr. Vaudeville; Choral Club; Orches- 
tra; Bowling; Christmas Play; Commencement Usher; 
ECHO Staff; Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents; Student Council, Booster, Footlights, FBLA, 
Human Relations Clubs. 

PATRICIA Y. WHARTON— Jr. Vaudeville; Orchestra; AN- 
NUAL Staff; Fine Arts Agent; Biology, Chemistry Assts.; 
Student Council, Human Relations, Naturalists Clubs; 
Big Sister; Honor Student Program; Biology Award. 
HARRIETT ANITA WHITE—Sr. Council; Sr. Play; Jr. Pol- 
icy; Jr. Vaudeville; Junior Class Vice-Pres.; A Cappella; 
Choral Club; Commencement Usher; ECHO Staff; Library 
Asst.; Student Council, Fiction, Fr.-Soph. Great Books, 
Library Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student Program; Na- 
tional Honor Society. 
DELORES WHITFIELD 

DONALD E. WIGGINS — Christmas ECHO Agent; R.O.T.C. 
(officer). 

JUANITA WILHITE — Choral Club; Concert Choir; ECHO 
Staff; Student Council, Campus Book, Human Relations, 
Spanish Clubs; Big Sister. 

KAREN MICHELLE WILLIAMS— Jr. Vaudeville Act Chair- 
man; Choral Club; ANNUAL Underclassmen Pictures Edit.; 
ECHO Staff; ECHO Agent; Stage Crew; Student Council, 
Girls' League, Footlights, FTA, Human Relations, Natural- 
ist Clubs; Big Sister. 
KENNETH WILLIAMS 

KRIS WILLIAMS — Freshman Basketball; Freshman Wrest- 
ling; Library Asst.; Campus Book, Hi-Pi, Spanish Clubs. 

MARJORIE ELAINE WILLIAMS— ECHO Staff; Fiction, FTA 
Clubs; National Honor Society. 

NORMAN WILLIAMS — Band; Reserve, Varsity Football; 
Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Track; Freshman, Reserve, 
Varsity Wrestling; Lettermen's Club; Big Brother. 
ANNESIA DELOISE WILLIAMSON— ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
LARRY L. WILSON 

PATRICE ELAINE WILSON— FBLA Club. 
ROBERT WILSON — Jr. Vaudeville; Freshman, Reserve, 
Varsity Basketball; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Football; 
Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Track; All-School Play; AN- 
NUAL, Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; Gym Asst.; Stage Crew; Fr.-Soph. Great Books, 
Key, Lettermen's, Library, Red Cross Clubs; Big Brother; 
Athletic Award. 

ROBERT E. WILSON — Varsity Baseball; Varsity Basket- 
ball; Freshman Track; R.O.T.C; Stage Crew; Lettermen's 
Club. 

SHEILA ELAINE WILSON — Christmas ECHO, ECHO, Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agents; Y-Teens Club. 

SHERI LYNN WILSON — Sr. Council; Jr. Prom Committee 
Chairman; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; ANNUAL Senior 
Liner Ed.; Jr. Class Publicity Chairman; Commencement 
Usher; Homecoming Queen Candidate; ANNUAL Staff; 
ECHO Staff; Fine Arts Agent; R.O.T.C, Sponser; Student 
Council, Girls' League (vice-pres.); Fr.-Soph. Great Books, 
Human Relations, True Blue, Y-Teens (vice-pres.) Clubs; 
Honor Student Program; Art Award; National Honor So- 
ciety (sec). 
JOHN T. WIMSATT 

BETTY JEAN WOODS — Christmas ECHO Staff; ECHO 
Staff; ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agent; FBLA, Human 
Relations Clubs. 

BRENDA JOICE WOODS — Fine Arts, Red Cross Agent; 
Art Asst.; German, Physical Science Clubs. 



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Finally Arrived for the Class of '69 



FRANKYE JO ALYCE WOODS— Student Council, Booster, 
Campus Book, Footlights, Human Relations Clubs; Big 
Sister. 

JAMES MITCHELL WOODSON ///—Basketball, Bowling, 
Wrestling; ANNUAL, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 
Booster, Chess Clubs. 

ETHELENOR WOOLEY — Frolic Musical; Jr. Vaudeville; A 
Cappella, Concert Choir; Commencement Usher; Jr. 
Vaudeville Usher; ANNUAL, ECHO Agents; Student Coun- 
cil, Campus Book, Human Relations, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens 
Clubs; Honor Student Program. 
DONALD RAY YOUNG 



RAE MICHELE YOUNG — Sr. Council; Jr. Policy, Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Annual Faculty Ed.; A Cappella; Reserve Varsity (co- 
captain), Cheerleader; All-School Play; Frolic Musical; 
Commencement Usher; ANNUAL Staff, ECHO Staff; Prom 
Queen Candidate; Prom Queen; ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agent; Gym, Main 
Office Assts.; Student Council; Girls' League, Booster, 
Campus Book, Footlights, FTA, Fresh-Soph. Great Books, 
Human Relations, Y-Teens (recording sec.) Clubs; Big 
Sister, Honor Student Program; Typing, Cheerleading 
Awards; National Honor Society. 
DARRICK YOWELL 




Camera Shy Seniors 



CLARENCE ANDERSON 
GEORGE E. BACON 
LOIS BELLAMY 
REGINALD BENTLEY 
JOHN BOOZER 
SHARON ANN CHILDS 
BROWNIE COLEMAN 
KENNETH CORNELL 
LOLA EDMOND 
BERTO M. ELMORE 
ROBERT EDWARD ERVIN 
DEBRA LYNN FISCUS 
JOHN EDWARD FISHER 
ALLAN FLOWERS 
BENNIE FORD 
PER K. HAHNE 
FRANK HANN 
DAVID HEPLEY 



FRED LEROY HILL 
LORENZO HUMPHREY 
JAMES STANLEY INGRAM 
FRED RICHARD JOHNSON 
CLAUDE KIMPTON JONES 
WILLIAM ROOSEVELT JONES 
KATHERINE L. KLAIBER 
TROY LEE LITTRELL 
RICHARD F. MARSH 
KAREN ELAINE MARTIN 
MARCIA ANN MASON 
PAUL RUSSELL MASON 
GARY ALLEN MAYS 
RANDALL LEON McNEAL 
DANNY MOORE 
GERALD WAYNE MOORE 
DEBORAH NELL MYLES 
CHARLES HOUSTON NELSON 



CARL RODERICK NEVELS 
VERONICA NUNN 
DAVID PERRY 
SAMUEL PHILLIPS 
WILLIAM ROGER PINNER 
STERLING EDWARD POWELL 
FRED PRUITT 
WALTER LEWIS RANDALL 
ROBERT ROBERTS 
RAYMOND ROLLINGS 
BRENDA ROUSE 
DANNY PARIS SALES 
RALPH R. SAUVAIN 
EUNICE SHARP 
GARY LEE SHAW 
HOWARD SINGLETON 
BEN SMITH 



KATHY MARLENE STARKEY 
RONALD HERBERT STUBBS 
LEONARD CLEVE TAYLOR 
GEORGE TINSLEY 
MAXINE TURNER 
TANYA D. WALLACE 
ARTHUR L. WARNER 
WILLIAM ALBERT WARNER 
JAROLD WASHINGTON 
LYNN F. WATSON 
HELEN M. WIECKING 
DIANA WILLIAMS 
GERALD R. WILLIAMS 
JERRY I. WILLIS 
ELLEN WILSON 
LEONARD WILSON 
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Shortridge jouneyed out into the business world as 
buyers and sellers. They sold advertising for the various 
school publications and bought all things necessary for 
school life. Shortridgers also held jobs and prepared 
themselves for tomorrow's work. Employers and sales 
people were added to the list of Shortridge people. Busi- 
nesses helped support Shortridge, just as Shortridge 
helped the businesses, proving once again that Shortridge 
is People. 



Advertising 



149 




Janet Teter finds a safari jacket and large hat at Limbo Indianapolis. 



Limbo Indianapolis 



926 Broad Ripple Ave. 



255-0923 



150 




Tom McDowell and Matt Lieber admire the various trophies in the foyer. 



Lieber Equipment Co. 



"The Best of Everything to the Swinging Class of 1969" 



151 



Walsh's Drug Store 



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St . 923- 1 553 



Sue Davis, Tom Hudson and Lisa Horwitz search for the "perfect" 
sunglasses at Walsh's Drug Store. 





Jong Mea Restaurant 



The Accent Shop 



3367 N. Pennsyvania 925-93 1 3 



Sandy James notices that Nancy Barrett has found a "friend" 
at the Accent Shop. 



2 1 37 N. Meridian 926-3252 



While waiting for their order, Janean Burton and Harriett 
White admire the fish at Jong Mea. 




152 




Coca-Cola 
Bottling Co. 



jf I Things go better with Coke 



Sarah Bonner reaches for her coke while Wanda Cole and 
Bronnie Hazelwood enjoy their cokes. 



Taylor's Bakeries 



3760 N. Illinois St. 
926-3357 



62 1 6 N. Allisonville Rd. 
25 1 -95 



Lantern Room 



3768 N. Meridian 



925-9700 



153 



WTLC 



105.7 F.M. 



1 734 Villa Ave. 



784-447 1 



Stewart Hawkins and John Gordon watch Bill Grider 
as he starts a soul record on WTLC. 




La Petechka 



829 Broad Ripple Ave. 



255-3565 




Terry's of California Inc. 



Where Quality Comes First 

Wigs — Wiglets — Falls — Cascades 

Complete Wig Styling Services 



906 Broad Ripple Ave. 



257-0437 



Denise Mullens combs Sara Branson's new fall 
from Terry's of California. 



Ruth McNairy can't decide whether to get a lion or 
a fish "Hot Holder" at La Petechka. 




154 




L Strauss & Co. 



4 1 W. Washington 8f . 634- 1 56 1 



Glendale 255-662 1 



Greenwood 881-6716 



David Bradshaw tries to decide if he'd like this jacket from 
L. Strauss & Co. 



pick color, 
pick flavor, 



pick Stokely ~¥an Camp 




Stokely-Van Camp, Inc. 

General Offices, 941 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46206 



155 




Janean Burton 



Stewart Hawkins 



Janet Teter 



PhotoReflex Studio 
L.8. Ay res & Co. 



637-4411 Ext. 435 
Eighth Floor 



Nancy Barrett 



Allen Carroll 



Ruth McNairy 




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Mandarin Inn 



3775 College 925-6060 



David Dock and Donna Pinckney receive help in selecting 
their dinner at the Mandarin Inn. 



38th and College Shell 



Service Station 



Theron Roe and Sam Test can go anywhere with Shell gas. 








Atlas Supermarket 



720 E. 54 St. 255-6800 



Jinny Johnson and Leila Redlich discover snails at Atlas 
Supermarket. 



158 




We're going home now . . . 
Thanks for a slick year at 'Ridge. 
Helmut and Rolf 



Helmut Giese and Rolf Ehrenberg try to catch a ride back to 
Germany and Sweden after their year at Shortridge. 



Indiana Central 
Business College 



4001 Otterbein Ave. 787-6301 



Cheryl Talley and Rae Young discover that they aren't quite as 
fast as the Indiana Central Business College students. 





Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 



'Pepsi Taste that beats the others cold" 



Tony Christian pours it in. 



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Standard Life 
of Indiana 



300 E. Fall Creek Blvd. 
Indianapolis 



Karen O'Brien and Claudia Belinski leave the Home Office 
Building after a selling visit for Choral Classic tickets. 



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Realty, Mortgage and Investments 



Best wishes to the Class of "69" 

Forrest H. Wooley Sr. 

Mortgage Loan and Real Estate Consultant 



2 1 9 W. 34th St. 924- 1 757 



Porter College 



Monument Circle 639-2505 



National School Studios 



Best Wishes 
Your underclass photographer 



5422 N. Keystone Ave. 253-1884 



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Subject Index 



A Cappella 32 

Administration 100 

ANNUAL 44 

Art Department 26 

Band 38 

Baseball 96 

Basketball 91 

Business Department 27 

Campus Book Club 51 

Cheerleaders 80 

Chess Club 63 

Choral Club 35 

Cross Country 86 

Dedication 1 25 

Drill Team 40 

ECHO 47 

El Circulo Espanol 62 

English Department 16 

Exchange Students 12 

Faculty 100 

Fiction Club 63 



Football 83 

Footlights 64 

Freshmen 117 

FTA 56 

Girls' Ensemble 34 

Girls' League 54 

Golf 87 

Great Books 50 

High School Bowl 61 

Hi-Pi 60 

History Club 57 

Home Economics 30 

Human Relations Council 67 

Industrial Arts 31 

International Exchange Club 51 

Juniors 108 

Junior Policy 108 

Junior Prom 124 

Junior Vaudeville 72 

Key Club 52 

Language Department 20 



LeCercle Francois 62 

Letterman Club 80 

Madrigals 33 

Math Club 60 

Math Department 22 

Mu Alpha Theta 61 

Music Men 34 

Musical 70 

National Honor Society 128 

Officer's Club 76 

Orchestra 39 

Photography Club 59 

Physical Education Department .... 29 

Pom-Pom Girls 82 

Quill & Scroll 58 

Radio Club 59 

Red Cross Club 56 

Rifle Team 76 

ROTC 40 

Royalty 75 

Science Department 24 



Seniors 

Activities 122 

Class Day Officers 127 

Council 126 

Honor Roll 128 

Officers 126 

Pictures 1 29 

Play 74 

Sponsors 1 27 

Sophomores 113 

Spanish Club 62 

Stage Crew 65 

Student Council 68 

Tennis 87 

Thespians 64 

Track 94 

Tri-Hi-Y 66 

True Blue 55 

Wrestling 92 

Y-Teens 66 



Student Index 



Aberson, Roy 67 

Adams, Kathy Jo 47,64 

Adams, Reginnia 48,56,60,51 

Adams, Rick 33,71,77,110 

Adams, Tricia 35,63,69 

Akard, Matt 28 

Allen, Gail 69,82 

Allen, Greg 88,91,96 

Andrews, Chris 85 

Andrews, James 37,38,39,74 

Armcost, Brad 47,62 

Armistead, Penny 63 

Armstrong, Jeff 126,128 

Averitte, Malva 39 

Averitte, Peggy 67 



B 



Baker, Bea 101 

Baker, Hoover 24,63 

Baker, Jerome 40,76 

Baker, Joeann 39 

Barnett, David 36 

Barnes, Janis 57,158 

Barnett, Lula 66 

Barrett, Nancy 10,46,49,54, 

69,152,156 

Barrett, Susan 55 

Bate, Bryce 33 

Bates, Miriam 105 

Batuello, John 23,60,110 

Beasley, Dwight 76 

Behling, Leonard 37,38,119 

Bellamy, Sharon 62 

Benberry, Victoria 66,83 

Benbow, Don 83,88 

Bentley, Reginald 64,74 

Bentley, Sandra 38,54,69,72 

Berry, Neline 35,54,62 

Bills, William 85 

Birdin, Vince 83,92 

Birdsong, Barbara 51 

Birdsong, Don 80,83 

Bishop, Karen 62 

Blake, Debbie 75 

Blandine, Susan 62 

Blatl, David 52,128 

Bledsoe, Mark 84 

Bluiett, Micheal 80,83,92 

Boaz, Bridgett 32,51,58 

Bonner, Sarah 37,38,39,49, 

51,57,67,69,128,153 

Booth, Rowinna 82 

Booth, Virginia 66 

Borman, Rick 33,48,51 ,52, 

67,68,69,110 

Boyd, Warren 88 

Bradakis, Sue 10,26 

Bradford, Eleanor 35 

Bradley, Carl 69,119 

Bradshaw, David 33,52,53,44, 

49,69,71,72,126,155 

Brady, Lisa 35 

Brandon, Cynthia 66 

Brane, Madeline 32,54 

Branson, Sara 34,51,124,128 

Bresnahan, Thomas 107 

Bridgeforth, Cheryl 35,69 

Bridgewater, Lowell 36,94,97,138 

Bridwell, Barbara 49,56,57,58,64,67 

Brown, Anthony 33,34 



Brown, Bartram 33,48,52,60,67 

67,69,108,110 

Brown, Diana 82 

Brown, Peggy 66 

Brown, Ted 33,47 

Bruce, Mary Ann 64 

Bruhn, Rachel 63 

Brunt, Kerry 94 

Bryan, Steven 65 

Buckner, Beverly 67,72,82 

Bufford, Ezar 69 

Buis, Carolyn 67 

Burch, Charisse 66 

Burch, Greg 80,126 

Burch, James 19 

Burks, Arnold 88 

Burnett, Carl 84 

Burnett, Hynes 83 

Burns, Barbara 32,124 

Burris, Beth 56,67,69 

Burton, Amanda 32,48 

Burton, Janean 32,45,47,58,69, 

126,128,152,156 

Buschmann, Bob 87 

Buschmann, Susie 35,64,81 

Butler, Damaris 54 

Butsch, John 33,49,52,63,64,67 

69,70,71,126,128 
Butsch, Lori 35,49,51,55 



Caldwell, Patty 124 

Campbell, Jim 38,39,52,60,69,87 



Carbon, Clinton 64,69 

Carlson, Elizabeth 35,56 

Carlson, Mike 92 

Carpenter, Deborah 82 

Carpenter, Rosemary 51,66 

Carr, Daniel 52,57,61,63,69 

Carroll, Allen 33,49,52,53,57 

69,72,128,156 

Carroll, Andy 33,57 

Carroway, Melvin 32 

Carthy, Abbie 35 

Chambers, Elaine 32 

Chandler, Cornelius 40,62,83,84,92 

Christian, Linda 67 

Christian, Tony 45,47,59,76 

Clark, Alexander 96 

Clark, Denise 32,44,46,56,58, 

63,67,69,126,128 

Clark, Karen 67,72 

Clark, Leonard 38,52,76,80,93,128 

Clark, Marcia 67 

Clark, Toni 35,56 

Clarkson, Glenn 38,94 

Cobb, Arthur 33,84,88 

Colbert, Deborah 69,110 

Cole, Wanda 54,55,124,153 

Coleman, Brownie 83 

Coleman, Julian 100 

Combs, Clarence 31 

Cosentino, Andrew 34 

Cosentino, Paula 32,34,71 

Covington, Michael 85,88 

Cox, Carl 80,88,90 

Cox, Charles 88 

Cox, Marcia 32,126,128 



Craft, Majorie 35,51,54 

Crain, Clarence 69,80,88,90 

Crain, Keith 37,38 

Crawford, Brenda 69,82 

Crawford, Joyce 69,82 

Crawford, Susie 35,47,54 

Crawford, Terrence 65 

Cunningham, Joe 1 28 

Cunningham, Terry 51 

Curley, Wayne 80,83,95 

Curry Clarence 83 

Curry, Michael 83,84 

Curtis, Yvonne 62 

Cushing, Beth 62 



Dabney, Michael 33,34,46,48, 

49,64,67,69,70 

Dahl, Liz 82,97 

Dancers, Michelle 73 

Darden, Mitchell 38 

Davis, Lynn 66 

Davis, Susan 32,45,49,50 

63,64,152 

Dawson, Robert 47 

Dea Kyne, Kenneth 51 

De Frantz, Anita 32,38,39,54, 

63,64,108,110 

Demas, Barbie 32,34,73 

Demas, Cathy 32,54,73 

Demmings, James 88 

Dickinson, Debbie 32 

Dickinson, Linda 64,67 



Girls' Ensemble and Music Men team up during a music auditorium. 




162 



Dietz, Todd 87 

Dock, David 128 

Dodson, Larry 31,52,80,86,95 

Dorsey, Carolyn 63,64,65,67,126, 

128 

Dotson, Bishop 40 

Douglas, Greg 72 

Douglas, Lorna 34,67 

Douglas, Tanya 72 

Drager, Elaine 32,48,51 ,60 

Draughton, Eleecia 66 

Drybrough, Margot 54 

Drybrough, Niven 52,86,94 

Dulin, Ben 33 

Duncan, David 85 

Duncan, Denise 39 

Dunham, Rosalind 67 

Dunn, Angela 56 



Eaton, Marilyn 38 

Eble, John 52,60,61 ,67,68 

69,126 

Eble, Mark 85,92 

Edwards, Don 84 

Edyvean, Richard 33,49,58,59, 

60,64,65,128 
Ehrenberg, Rolf 12,13,47,51, 

52,57,59,69 

Eisman, Sylvia 32,51 ,54,67 

Elam, Debbie 32,48,51 ,67 

Elam, Mike 92 

Ellison, James 88 

Ellison, Joyce 34,35,54 

Erouckhmanoff, Paul 12,13,51,52 

57,63,66,69 

Eshowsky, Janis 38,39 

Evans, David 9,33,37,38,39 

45,49,51,94 

Evans, Elizabeth 128 

Evans, Oliver 84 



Fasig, Don 63,64,92 

Fatout, Betsy 67,80 

Fatout, Bill 33,52,57,61,63, 

69,87,126,128 

Fields, Barbara 66 

Fife, Catherine 32,128 

Finkton, Gary 85 

Flanagan, Annette 56 

Flippin, Venita 62 

Ford, Pat 82,97 

Ford, Paulette 35,67 

Ford, Sarah 34,51,73 

Fortier, Susan 47,54,62 

Fountain, James 40 

Franklin, Eric 76 

Franklin, Gary 80,83,84 

Frazier, Clarence 83,84 

Frazier, Diane 35,51 ,54,67,69,73 

Frazier, Sylvia 62,66 

Freebairn, Tom 83,84 

Freeman, Philip 126 

Friedland, Sandy 67,80 

Friedmeyer, Mark 48,52,57,1 10 

Froelich, James 48 



G 



Gardner, Geneva 51,64 

Garrett, Deborah 35,56 

Garrett, Judy 69,126 

Gavia, Virgil 83,92 

Gelb, Martha 24 

Gentry, Debbie 54,69,110 

Gibson, Darrell 48,52,56,67,69,72 

Gibson, Denise 72 

Gibson, James 88 

Gibson, William 23 

Giese, Helmut 13,17,51,52 

57,66 

Gilland, Randy 63 

Glenn, Kenneth 83,84 

Glickert, Karen 48,64 

Goens, Martha 84 

Golder, Carleton 95 

Goler, Michael 39,50,63 

Goodrich, Gloria 32,49,81,110 

Goodson, Angela 66,69 

Goodwin, Mike 87 

Gordon, Jenny 52,80,96,1 54 

Grady, Dennis 83,84 

Grady, Linda 66 

Grady, Ronald 47 

Graham, Bryan 37,48,58 

Graham, Virginia 62 

Graves, Leon 83,88 




Glittering trophies which resided in the foyer display case, showed 
the many victories of the mighty Blue Devils. 



Green, R. Lloyd 100 

Greene, Yvonne 33,45,54,67,69,74 

Gregory, Pat 56,62,67 

Grider, Alice 17 

Grosbach, Ted 60,73 

Gross, Jim 92 

Groth, Lester 101,107 

Grubb, Jean 49,58 

Gude, Michael 69 

Gurnell, Steve 87 



H 



Hackney, Denise 1 26 

Haddox, Cheryl 44,49,58,63,67,128 

Hall, Jennifer 39 

Hall, Lloyd 33,134 

Hall, Stephen 37,38,39 

Hall, Stephanie 56,128 

Hamilton, Janice 58 

Hammes, Barbara 61,63 

Hammer, Barbara 60,64 

Hammer, Mark 66,97 

Hammer, Robin 67 

Hanlin, Don 19,107 

Hansen, Bob 58,97 

Hansen, Carol 39,51 ,56 

Hansen.. Lynn 39,47,51 ,56,58 

Harding, Gary 38,39 

Harding, Mike 38 

Harding, Thomas 96 

Harger, Peggy 32,67 

Harris, William 40,80,83,88,96 

Hart, Elaine 49,54,61,67 

68,69,124,128 
Hart, Pauletta 35,51,56 



Hawke, Nancy 51 

Hawkins, Chris 38 

Hawkins, Stewart 33,34,68,69, 

71,126,154,156 

Hayden, Mike 38 

Hazelwood, Bronnie ....83,88,128,153 

Hearn, Mrasha 66 

Helmer, John 48 

Henderson, Carol 34,81 

Henderson, Thomas 18,51,69 

Hendrick, Janet 35 

Hert, Herbert 85 

Heshelman, Grace 32 

Hill, Bruce 33 

Hill, James T 86,92 

Hill, Joyce 56,66 

Hillman, Esther 56 

Hinsley, Diana 64 

H inkle, Greg 37,38,39,63 

Hirsch, Myra 81,99 

Hirsch, Philip 64 

Hobbs, John 10 

Hochstedler, Sarah ...49,51,57,58,110 

Hodge, Aleta 48,67 

Hodge, Donald 84 

Holcomb, Janel 35,55 

Holland, Danny 83,92 

Holmgren, Paul 59 

Hoog, Craig 49,110 

Horwitz, Lisa 44,45,48,54, 

55,57,58,152 

Horwitz, Lisa 45,48,54,55,57, 

58,152 

Horwitz, Mark 50 

Houghton, Joyce 61 

Houston, Robert 58,59,44 

Howard, Dwight 85,88 



Howard, Elsie 57 

Hubbard, Jacqueline 39 

Hudelson, John 33,37,39 

Hudson, Peggy 50 

Hudson, Richard 38,39,63,115 

Hudson, Tom 44,46,48,58, 

60,61,74,152 

Hughes, Caroline 48 

Hummons, Patty 69 

Hunter, Jan ice 32,49,64,67,69, 1 28 

Hunter, Vickie 62,66,69 

Hurrle, Louis 83,84,92,93 

Hurrle, Theresa 51 

Hurst, Beverly 39 



Ingraham, Joe 23,52,60,61,110 

Ingram, Melissa 47,69 

Inman, Marianne 21 ,82 

Ishowsky, Janis 38 



Jacks, Yvonne 51 

Jackson, Arthur 80,83 

Jacobs, Frank 38,39 

Jackson, Jean 107 

Jackson, Patricia 1 24 

Jackson, Patzerta 81,126,128 

Jakovljevic, Millie 35 

James, Lousia 73 

James, Sandra 44,48,57,58,59, 

60,61,126,128,152 

Jee, Kemy 38 

Jellife, Jim 85 

Jellife, James 88 

Jellife, Myla 34,110 

Jennings, Shonja 48 

Jewell, Phyllis 82,97,128 

Jewett, John 85,88 

Johnson, Avis 66 

Johnson, Cecilia 128 

Johnson, Charles 83 

Johnson, Daphne 34,81 

Johnson, Gerald 48,67,69 

Johnson, Gloria 56,66 

Johnson, Joe 34,38,39,88,94 

Johnson, Julie 62,66 

Johnson, Sid 69 

Johnson, Steve 77 

Johnson, Virginia 32,49,67,69,128 

Johnston, Lynne 66 

Jones, Edwin 40,76 

Jones, Eric 33,34,64,65 

Jones, Gregory 85,92 

Jones, Juan 88 

Jones, Karen 82 

Jones, Luisa 39 

Jones, Martha 32,37,39 

Jones, Michelle 39,62 

Jones, Mike 33,34 

Jones, Randolph 80,95 

Jones, Robert 88,94 

Jordan, Bruce 33,52,69,88 

Jordan, Charles 85,88 

Joshi, Nalini 64,67,69 

Justice, Mark 94 



K 



Keehn, Genevieve 27 

Kelly, Mark 63,67 

Kelso, Kevin 39,47 

Kelso, Randall 60,61 

Kennedy, Camille 35 

Kennedy, Jackie 80 

Kennedy, Joycelyn 54,56 

Kennedy, Kay 44,46,49, 

50,58,62 

Kennerly, Bill 33,110 

Killebrew, Kevin 84 

Kimbrough, Carol 32 

King, Carol 38,82,97 

King, Rose Ella 54,55,101 

Kirch, Kerry 33,49,54,69 

Kirmil, John 52,83 

Kish, Patty 55,57,69 

Knight, Kazuko 60 

Knight, Tericko 69,80 

Kooiker, Jill 25,32 

Kunz, Fritz 69,70 

Kunz, Sarah 110,34 

Kurins, llze 25,32,124 



Laign, Duncan 64,65 

Lambert, Ernest 84 



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Lambert, James 88 

Laster, Johnie 17 

Lasher, Trish 35,54,56,51,67 

Laubach, Matt 47,59,60,64,67 

Lavin, Linda 64 

Lawrence, Steve 44,45,47,52,53,59 

Lawson, Kristor 50 

Lawson, Steve 33 

Lee, George 38,39 

Leigh, Roderick 94 

LeStourgen, Becky 35 

Levels, Sharon 67 

Leveque, William 48,69 

Lewis, James 83,95 

Lewis, Karen 39 

Lewis, Vicki 57,110 

Lieber, Anne 67,69,128 

Lieber, Matt 69,83,84,151 

Lile, Carl 38,80,88,90,91,96 

Lillard, Kevin 69 



Lindsay, Denise 128 

Lingeman, Helen 57,110 

Lismon, Bruce 38,39 

Litel, Elizabeth 64 

Littrell, Troy 76 

Logan, Sandra 32 

Logsdon, Linda 35,64,67 

Lord, Tim 45,47,59 

Love, Gurnell 92 



M 



MacPherson 38 

Madden, Bobby 32 

Majors, Pheldon 37,38 

Malone, Barbara 38,67 

Marks, Tom 37,38,39 

Marsh, Richard 32,33,52,53 

Martin, Wanda 69,128 




Mason, Steve 37,38 

Matthews, Daphne 82 

Matthews, Edward 80,88,95 

Mays, Gary 69 

McAfee, Anna 72 

McAfee, Ellowese 32,72 

McAndrews, Kathy 49 

McAndrews, Martha 35,67,69,105 

McCalister, Bill 87 

McCarty, Mike 48 

McClain, Karen 35,51,54,67,69,73 

McClendon, Remelle 35 

McCrae, Bruce 63 

McCray, Shari 66 

McDonald, Glenn 34,52 

McDonald, Mark 85,88 

McDonald, Scott 33,52 

McDowell, Marsha 34,35,81 

McDowell, Tim 67,69 

McDowell, Tom 47,52,67,151 

McGuire, Jeff 50,52,128 

McHenry, Richard 85 

McKee, Karen 54 

McNairy, Ruth 54,67,68,69,124, 

126,156,154,128 

McPherson, Belinda 60 

McQueen, Anthony 38,39 

Medjedski, John 37 

Meng, Chung 59,60 

Merrill, William 101 

Meyers, Robert 38 

Michels, Sue 54,69 

Mikels, Janet 54,69 

Miller, Duane 38 

Miller, Margaret 56 

Miller, Martin 34 

Miller, Robert 40 

Mills, Jack 92 

Mitter, Marianne 32,51,67,73 

Montgomery, Denise 35,56 

Moore, Jerome 95 

Moore, Loretta 69,128 

Morgan, William 18 

Morris, Daryl 85 

Morris, Olivia 32 

Morris, Ted 37,38,49,60,63 

Mosley, Stephanie 39 

Mullen, Anna 38,50,57,63,67,69 

Mullens, Denise ...32,67,69,126,128,154 

Murray, Eugene 80,83,88,96 

Murray, Gerald 96 

Murrell, Denise 62,66 

Myers, Margaret 54,64,81 

Myers, Mike 37,38,47,63,69 

Myers, Rex 76 

Myers, Woodrow 48,1 10 



N 



Nance, Cynthia 39 

Nance, Karen 67 

Neal, Gail 82 

Nemecek, David 83 

Newland, Denise 62 

Newson, Charles 88 

Nichols, Teresa 76 

Nipper, Robert 83,85 

Niss, David 37,38,60 

Nolan, Mary . 69 

Nolan, Tom 52,69,83,88 

Nolcox, Cecilia 32,67,73 

Norwood, David 80,86,85 







Those jumping Blue Devils were up in the air again. 



O'Bannion, Sandy 27,49,81 

O'Bonnon, Marilyn ...54,66,69,108,110 

O'Brien, Karen 35,54,55,69 

Ocker, Ellen 60,61 

Offett, William 88 

Oglesby, Mona 54,55,69,82 

Ogton, Gary 84 

Ohler, Bernie 35 

Oldham, June 60,61 ,64 

O'Sullivan, John 37,38,39 

Otto, Dorothy 1 26 

Owsley, Sherry 82 



Poller, Ruth 50 

Pannell, Berena 35 

Panyard, Roger 85 

Passo, Mike 33 

Patterson, Alan 87 

Patterson, James 88 

Payton, Mary 66 

Peacock, Brenda 62 

Peacock, Walter 85,88 



Pellet, John 33,44,46,47,52,57, 

58,60,61,67,69,74,128 

Perkins, Jack 47 

Phillips, Frank 38 

Pike, Carol 62 

Pinckney, Donna 32,39,63,67,69, 

126,128 

Pinner, Richard 66 

Poehlmann, Frederick 33 

Pol ley, John 34,52,63,67,69 

Porter, Jerome 51 ,56,66 

Posey, John 33 

Posley, Gregory 66 

Powell, Fred 80,83,92,95,126 

Powell, Sterling 27,95 

Powers, Kevin , 85,88 

Puckett, Sherryl 62 

Putelis, Janis 52,67 



Quinney, Alan 37,38 

Quinney, Linda 37,38,39,51,69 



R 



Radcliffe, Robert 84 

Radford, Saundra 56,66,69 

Ragland, Linda 35,39 

Ramsom, Derrick 88 

Rand, Keith 84,92 

Randle, Bernadette 35,66 

Randle, Ken 80,86,88,95 

Randolph, John 22 

Rapier, Phyllis 63,66,69,126 

Ratcliffe, Margie 38,39,51,56,69,82 

Rauch, John 48,57,63,86,95, 1 28 

Rawls, Betty Jo 69 

Rawls, Tyonne 73 

Read, Patsy 32,34,39,70,71 

72,108,110 

Redlich, Leila 35,54,128 

Reisberg, Max 69 

Rhodes, Arietta 49,56,64 

Rickman, James 26 

Ringel, Mona 32,46,56,64 

Ringel, Morris 34 

Risch, Katie 48,50 

Risch, Larry 38 

Roach, Charles 73,87 

Robbins, Linda 54 

Robinson, Henry 88 

Robinson, Susan 35,54 

Rodgers, Claire 35,56,67 

Rodgers, Elaine 56 

Rodgers, Kenny 38 

Roe, Theron 52,69,80,88, 1 26, 1 28 

Ross, Ed 95 

Ross, Gricelda 56,59,64,66,82 

Ross, Margaret 50,62 

Roth, Maralena 35,54,81 

Rowan, Bruce 39 

Rowe, Robert 10,52 

Rowings, John 48 

Rush, Ellen 32,110 

Rush, Gardinia 1 28 

Russell, Ann 35,48,54,73 

Russell, Gwen 32,69,110 



Sallee, Pamela 66 

Sanford, Michael 128 

Sanford, Teresa 50 

Saperstien, Debbie 48,73,81,110 

Saperstein, Diane 32,48,57,63, 

108,110 

Saperstein, Karla 67,80 

Schneider, Linda 51 

Schricker, Kathy 54,69 

Scoll, Dave 85 

Scott, Vicki 51 

Selmanoff, Scott 64,67 

Shanklin, Henry 85 

Shanklin, Kitsy 45,67,128 

Sharlow, Harriet 48 

Sharp, Chris 76 

Sharpe, Carol 54,63,64,65,66,67,128 

Sharpie, Levert 66 

Shaw, Debbie 35 

Shaw, John 37,38,47,52,60,61 

Shepherd, Virginia 32 

Sherrell, Mike 95 

Shorts, Sheila 72,110 

Shull, Arthur G 100 

Shultz, Robert 41,100 

Siegal, Mary 27 

Simmons, Freeman 92 

Simmons, Jacquelyn 69 

Simmons, William 37,38 



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Students fill the halls at Shortridge every day. 



Singletary, Ben 88 

Siskind, Marlene 64,67 

Skillman, Steve 94 

Slates, David 32,71 

Slates, Phil 49,52,53,58,63,126 

Smart, Jerry 85 

Smith, April 39,50,59 

Smith, Barbara 32,49,57,60, 

28,124,128 

Smith, Becky 59 

Smith, Desmond 80,83,92,95 

Smith, Gary 85 

Smith, Greg 86,94,95 

Smith, Jacqueline 62,67 

Smith, Jeremy 37,39,67 

Smith, Joy 37,69,72 

Smith, Kaye 69 

Smith, Patty 49,54,55,69,81,128 

Smith, Robert 51 

Smith, Sharon 6( 

Soerensen, Adalbert 2( 

Solterman, Susie 6i 

Sonday, Jane 73,80 

Spain, Dwight 86,95 

Sparks, Sharon 35 

Speckman, David 33,88,94 

Spenos, Gus 110 

Spitzer, Cheryl 38,39,51 

Spradley, Anthony 92,93 

Stohl, Alan 52 

Stanf ield, Debra 56,67,1 28 

Stanfill, Deborah 35,38,39 

Starkey, Kathy 47,64,67 

Steichen, Mary 67, 1 24 

Steiner, Jerry 52,87 

Stelter, Kathy 49,50,51 ,54 

Steward, John 33 

Stewart, Evelyn 35 

Stimer, Cathy 56 

Stokely, Patricia 126 

Storey, Susan 56,66,67,69 

Stout, Cathy 32,34,64,70,1 28 

Strand, Greg 34,83,84,87 

Strand, Randy 23,34,47,52,59, 

70,83,84,87 

Streeter, Tom 48,52,67,69 

Strickland, Jay 110 

Studebaker, Arthur 25,65 

Sullivan, Betty 51,56,82 



T 

Talley, Cheryl 32,51,54,126 

Tandy, Bruce 84 

Tandy, George 88,90,91 

Taylor, Daniel 52 

Taylor, Dennis 85,92 

Temple, Jane 32,51,54 

Test, Sam 32,33,44,46,52, 

53,56,69,126,128 

Teter, Janet 32,57,75,124, 

128,150,156 

Teter, Kris 34,54,62,69,73 

Tharpe, Portia 39 

Theofanis, George 88,90 

Thomas, Beth 54 

Thomas, Charles 57,63 

Thoi.ias, Gwendolyn 50,66 

Thompson, Alicia 39 

Thompson, Cheryl 35 

Thompson, Claude 31 

Thompson, Gary 38,47,62 

Thorn, Deborah 32,38,39,66 

Thorn, Gayle 27,62 

Thornton, Esther 56,59,66,69 

Tofil, Joe 28,85,88 

Tomkins, Janis 38 

Toombs, Charles 51,64 

Tope, Doreen 50 

Tourney, Richard 88 

Townsend, John 69 

Tunstall, Jillane 39,67 

Turner, Robert 38,39,86,95 

Turnipseed, Susie 64,66 

Twyman, Dorine 66 

Tyler, Breck 33,52,69,126,128 

Tyler, Jeff 50 

Tyson, Doris 63 

Tyson, George 40 

u 

Ulen, Elizabeth 34,35,51,54,72 

Unger, Elizabeth 49,58,60,63 

Usher, Jonathan 50,71 ,85 




Jim Campbell checks the roll of the green before putting. 



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V 



Vaughn, George 80,83 

Vaughn, Mike 95 

Veegh, Angie 54,69,108,110 

Ventresca, Brian 85,88 

Ventresca, Dante 110 

Vinnegar, Enoch 38,39 

w 

Wade, Anita 38,69 

Wade, Wanda 128 

Wahl, Lucille 22,60,61 

Wake, Wanda 35 

Waldo, Thomas 26,48,50,67,69 

Walker, Denise 69 

Walker, Jana 35,54,64,81 

Walkins, Sharon 50 

Wallace, Dan 69,84 

Walsh, Terry 50 

Warner, Art 80,83,92 

Washington, Thomas 94 

Waters, Carolyn 80 

Watts, Carolyn 39 

Watts, Linda 55,82 

Weaver, Parthenia 35,56,66 

Weber, John 33,47,52,63,67,69 

Weddle, Mary 25 

Weeks, Gwen 69 

Weigard, Mike 92 

Wells, James 96 

West, Dave 85 

Wharton, Kathy 67 

Wharton, Patricia 39,69 

White, Bill 33,52,108,110 

White, Murphy 102 

White, Greg 84,92 

White, Harriet 32,126,128,152 

White, Iris 55,82,110 

Wh ite, James 88 

White, Lynette 66 

White, Rodney 84 

Whitney, Monroe 92 

Wiggins, Cheri 35,64,72 

Wiggins, Don 40,76 

Wilcox, Daniel 83,94 

Wildhack, Pat 50 

Wildman, Leigh 54,57,110 

Wiles, Dave 59 

Wilhite, Juanita 69 

Wilkins, Ronald 85 

Williams, Andrea 66 

Williams, Cassandra 38,82 

Williams, Gerald 63 

Williams, Geraldine 50,62,66 

Williams, Ira 84 

Williams, Janice 60 

Williams, Karen 49,54,46,67 

Williams, Ken 80,83 

Williams, Mayoni 63 

Williams, Norman 83 

Williams, Quensetta 60,62,64,69 

Willis, Jerry 91,88 

Wilson, Leonard 38,39 

Wilson, Robert 80,83,88 

Wilson, Robert E 88 

Wilson, Sheri 45,54,55,69, 1 26, 1 28 

Wineglass, Marsha 62 

Wolfred, Daniel 52,51,110 

Wolpert, Jim 93,92,94 

Woodard, Lorraine 38,39 

Wooley, Ethelnor 32 

Wooley, Forrest 34 

Woolridge, Morris 80,83,95 

Wright, Bruce 38,60,63,61 

Wright, George 92 

Wright, Ned 85 

Y 

Yeager, Leslie 32,60,61 

Young, Michael 85,88 

Young, Rae 32,45,49,54,56,69, 

81,124,126,128 
Young, Robert 48,58,102 

z 

Zickler, Pam 48 

Zike, Cheryl 23 




The R.O.T.C. Color Guard was found raising the 
Mr. Nipper addressed the student body during 



Stars and Stripes in the morning at Shortridge. 
an early morning pep session. 




166 




Our thanks to all those people who have helped during the year and made 
the 1969 ANNUAL possible. Among those we wish to thank are Mr. Houston, 
Advisor, Mr. Kennard, Newsfoto Representative, Mr. Shultz, Principal, Mrs. 
Siegal, Financial Advisor, Mrs. Otto, Senior Sponsor, Miss Grubb, Director of 
Publications, L. S. Ayres Photo-Reflex, Official Senior Photographer, National 
School Studios, Underclassmen Photographer, and Mr. and Mrs. James, Editor's 
Parents, for all their help and understanding. All of this help just goes to prove 
once more that Shortridge is People. 

Sandra K. James 
1969 ANNUAL Editor 



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«j»°s«r«Hoo 




The year had come to a close and 
. . . only the memories of Shortridge 
remained with the seniors. We had 
ended our high school years. We re- 
joiced that we were leaving, but we 
couldn't help missing all those we 
had met, including our Friend Short- 
ridge. 

There would be no more form 
23's, study slips or even conference 
slips for us, but we wouldn't forget 
them. Most of all, the memories of 
people lingered in our minds. For 
now we were leaving teachers and 
friends. During our years, we had 
come to realize that these special 
people made Shortridge. So, we can 
never forget that Shortridge was, and 
always will, be People. 



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